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The 85th Regular Session ended Sine Die on May 29, 2017. The First Called Special Session ended August 16, 2017.  Interim Charges have been released for the Senate and House, and interim hearings are now being held.

Click here to see a schedule of important dates for the 85th Texas Legislature.

Click here to see House of Representatives interim charges for 2017-18.

Click here and here and here to see Texas Senate interim charges for 2017-18.

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 “No person’s life, liberty or property are safe while the Legislature is in session.”*

 

Texas has grown exponentially in the last several decades.  It is the second most populous state in the nation, with the 15th largest economy in the world. Texas state government, too, has become larger and more complex. As this complexity increases, it is more difficult for any entity that might be affected by government regulation to stay on top of what happens in Austin. If you want to do business, operate a group or run a local government in Texas, at some point you are going to need help in Austin.

Past and present clients of Randy Cain include 3 of the 10 largest cities in Texas, a national behavioral health organization, a state association of motor vehicle dealers, a state association of assisted living communities, a national company providing renal health care, a state association of fire service and EMS providers, a regional toll road authority, a private health care foundation, a major urban hospital district, and a national energy company.

We can help you figure out how to successfully navigate the maze of Texas government and the legislative process. With over two decades of experience at the Texas Capitol, Randy Cain and associates have the knowledge and expertise to guide you through any obstacles in order to reach your desired result.

 

 *Some attribute this quote to Mark Twain, but probably it was first coined by Judge Gideon J. Tucker as a legal opinion in the Estate of A.B. (1866).