2022 Texas Republican Party Convention Proposed Resolutions for Party Platform:

  1. Coronavirus Funds Threat

  2. Emergency Declaration

  3. Hemp Resolution

  4. Open Meeting

  5. Medical Freedom - Innovations in Medicine

  6. Oversight of Medical Boards

  7. Rules of Evidence - BON

  8. Rules of Evidence - TMB

The following are resolution templates for counties and cities to implement:

  1. No Coronavirus Funds Resolution 

  2. No Sanctuary for Illegal Alien Resolution

  3. Reimbursement for US Border Security Failure Resolutions

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Items of Interest

The Omega Brief

SARS-Cov-2 is a Bioweapon - Poster

Virus and Vaccine Side Effects

Mass Violence December 2019

Functional Medicine

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ALERT:

 

JUNE 21, 2022 - Link

COMMITTEE:     To Protect All Texans, Special 

TIME & DATE:   9:00 AM, Tuesday, June 21, 2022 

PLACE:         Senate Chamber 
CHAIR:         Senator Robert Nichols 

  

The Committee will hear invited and public testimony on the following areas:

·                School Safety

·                Police Training

·                Social Media

JUNE 22, 2022 - Link

The Committee will hear invited and public testimony on the following areas:

·                Mental Health

·                Firearm Safety

JUNE 27, 2022

COMMITTEE:     Health & Human Service

TIME & DATE:   10:00 AM, Monday, June 27, 2022 

PLACE:         Senate Chamber 
CHAIR:         Senator Lois Kolkhorst 

Public Health Data: Review the processes for public health data collection and coordination by local and state entities as well as regional trauma centers. Identify any continuing barriers to the real-time dissemination of data concerning health care facility capacity-including data that can expedite timely care-and morbidity rates, as well as other information that can assist in public policy decisions.

 

Pandemic Response: Examine the impact of state and federal pandemic policies-including agency guidance, licensing and regulatory actions, and health care industry policies-on patient care and treatment delivery. Examine how regulatory guidance impacts the patient-doctor relationship. Recommend any changes needed to ensure Texas can develop its own data-driven guidance during public health emergencies.

 

Public testimony is limited to 2 minutes. If submitting written testimony, please provide 20 copies, with your name on each copy, to the Committee during the hearing.

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Texas GOP Resolutions