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Issues discussed on the April 17th General Meeting

Federal Government

Unlocking Our Domestic LNG Potential Act of 2024

 This bill repeals certain restrictions on the import and export of natural gas under the Natural Gas Act, including requirements for Department of Energy (DOE) approval and related provisions that address free trade agreements.

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Federal Government

Guarding The United States Against Reckless Disclosures Act
(the GUARD Act)

Prohibits Federal personnel charged with certain criminal offenses from receiving classified information, and for other purposes.

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Federal Government

Reforming Intelligence and Securing America Act

This bill reauthorizes Title VII of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).  The bill passed by the House is a modified version that would extend the controversial spying authority for two years, a reduction from a five-year extension rejected by the chamber.

Read the details of this highly contentious legislation.

Federal Government

Thirty-Two Hour Workweek Act

Shortens the standard workweek under federal law from 40 hours to 32 hours over a three-year phase in period. It also requires specified overtime pay for workdays longer than eight hours.

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Issues discussed on the March 20th General Meeting

Federal Government

Email your representatives and leaders to urge the Senate to retain the House-passed language to defund the World Health Organization.

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Federal Government

The Laken Riley Act

This requires Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to arrest and detain illegal immigrants who commit theft, burglary, larceny or shoplifting until they are ultimately removed from the US. The bill is named after the 22 year nursing student who was murdered by an illegal immigrant. 
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Federal Government

HR 7551 
Let Injured Americans be Legally Empowered (LIABLE Act)

Introduced by Representative Chip Roy (R TX 21)
This bill holds vaccine manufacturers liable for losses caused by the vaccines.  The LIABLE Act would empower injured Americans by 1) Removing federal liability protections for the vaccine; 2) Preserve Injured Americans to access pre-existing compensation programs; 3) Make these benefits be retroactive.

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Texas Government

Bi-Partisan Bill
Signed by Governor and became effective on September 1, 2023.

Imposes an additional fee for the registration of an electric vehicle.
These fees take place of electrical vehicles not paying gas taxes which funds the maintenance of our highways.

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