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REP. PATTERSON FILES THE READER ACT

REP. PATTERSON FILES THE READER ACT

January 26, 2023

(Austin, TX) — State Representative Jared Patterson has officially filed HB 1655, entitled The READER Act. READER stands for ‘Removing Explicit and Adult Designated Educational Resources’. This bill seeks to eliminate sexually…

REP. PATTERSON FILES IMPROVED FLORIDA PARENTAL RIGHTS BILL, HB 1155

REP. PATTERSON FILES IMPROVED FLORIDA PARENTAL RIGHTS BILL, HB 1155

January 3, 2023

(Austin, TX) – Today, State Representative Jared Patterson filed HB 1155 to prohibit public school classroom instruction on gender identity or sexual orientation from kindergarten through eighth grade. This legislation would restrict all…

REP. PATTERSON FILES SOCIAL MEDIA PROHIBITION FOR MINORS

REP. PATTERSON FILES SOCIAL MEDIA PROHIBITION FOR MINORS

December 7, 2022

(Austin, TX) — Today, Representative Jared Patterson filed HB 896 making good on a promise earlier this year to protect children from the harmful mental health effects of social media. HB 896…

REP. PATTERSON RESPONDS TO FRISCO ISD APPEAL DECISIONS

REP. PATTERSON RESPONDS TO FRISCO ISD APPEAL DECISIONS

December 1, 2022

(Frisco, TX) — Yesterday, Frisco ISD Board of Trustees voted to remove five out of seven sexually explicit books from district circulation. All seven titles were among the group of books that…

REP. PATTERSON FILES LEGISLATIVE PACKAGE FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

REP. PATTERSON FILES LEGISLATIVE PACKAGE FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

November 29, 2022

(Austin, TX) – Since entering the legislature, Representative Jared Patterson has made protecting first responders and their families a top priority. In preparation for the upcoming 88th Texas Legislative Session, Rep. Patterson…

REP. PATTERSON & SEN. HUFFMAN FILE ‘THE BISHOP EVANS ACT’

REP. PATTERSON & SEN. HUFFMAN FILE ‘THE BISHOP EVANS ACT’

November 14, 2022

(Austin, TX) — Today, on the first day of pre-filing of bills for the 88th Texas Legislative Session, Representative Jared Patterson and Senator Joan Huffman filed HB 90 & SB 155, entitled…