Caucus News

The Republican Caucus welcomes John Cyrier and Leighton Schubert as the Newest Members to the Texas House Republican Caucus.

Posted: March 3, 2015

(Austin, Texas)  Today, House Republican Caucus Chairman Tan Parker welcomed newly elected State Representatives John Cyrier (R-Lockhart) and Leighton Schubert (R-Caldwell) to the Texas House Republican Caucus. “I look forward to working with both of these great conservatives. Representatives Cyrier and Schubert’s respective expertise in the areas of business and law will be a great contribution to our membership. We are lucky to have them on board.” Cyrier and Schubert become the 97th and 98th House members to join the Texas House Republican Caucus in the 84th Texas Legislative Session.

Texas House of Representatives Will Focus on Tax Relief

Posted: January 28, 2015

(Austin, Texas)  Today, Representative Tan Parker, Chairman of the House Republican Caucus, issued the following statement regarding tax relief initiatives in the Texas House of Representatives:

“I am proud of the fiscally conservative budget blueprint that my colleagues have put forth in the Texas House of Representatives.  This approach has us starting at a place that accomplishes many priorities for all Texans, such as fully funding public school enrollment growth, strengthening our border security and taking another bold step toward fully meeting our public highway needs.  Moreover, we start at this strong point by keeping spending flat and leaving billions of available revenue unspent with the clear intention that the Texas House will make a strong investment in tax relief for hardworking Texans.  Tax relief is a critical component to strengthening the Texas Model, and the Texas House will be hard at work this session on delivering the tax breaks that Texans deserve.”

Texas House of Representatives Adopts Rules, Organized and Ready to Begin the Critical Work of the Legislative Session

Posted: January 15, 2015

(Austin, Texas)  Today the Texas House of Representatives adopted the important procedural rules that will govern the proceedings and operations of the lower chamber for the 84th Legislature.  A critical procedural step, the Texas House is now prepared to undertake the people’s business, moving very quickly to organize its operation on just the 3rd day of the legislative session.