As this Texas legislative session draws to a close, all eyes are on Austin to see if lawmakers can deliver on the two things they promised voters — reforming the property tax and school finance systems. Last week we took a look at the key players in the property tax debate. This week we’re focusing on school finance.
Texas House of Representatives District 127
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|$2,500.00||Joseph B Swinbank|
|$2,500.00||The Beer Alliance of Texas Political Action Committee|
|$2,500.00||Wholesale Beer Distributors Of Texas PAC|
|$2,000.00||State Farm Agents Political Action Committee|
|$1,500.00||Independent Bankers Association of Texas Political Action Committee|
|$1,500.00||Tilman & Paige Fertitta|
|$1,000.00||Allen Boone Humphries & Robinson LLP|
|$1,000.00||John R Pitts Jr|
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|$129,396.73||Chase Bank Visa|
|$10,000.00||Blakemore & Associates|
|$4,451.00||Humble ISD Foundation|
|$3,139.26||Guardian Interests Inc|
|$3,100.00||Kingwood TEA Party Inc|
|$2,947.10||Texas Capitol Gift Shop|
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|$700.00||Kingwood Area Republican Women's Club|
|$500.00||David Spiller||Spiller, David L. (Mr.)|
|$250.00||John Raney||Raney, John N. (The Honorable)|
|$250.00||Justin Holland||Holland, Justin A. (The Honorable)|
|$250.00||Keith Bell||Bell, Gregory (The Honorable)|
|$250.00||Will Metcalf||Metcalf, William T. (The Honorable)|
Last week we reported that lawmakers had lumped this session’s most prominent pieces of legislation — property tax reform, school finance reform, and a sales tax — into one codependent heap. Yesterday, the Senate took steps to remove and kill the sales tax portion of the heap.