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Feb052013

How Texas Laws Are Made

How Texas Laws Are Made infographic

Texas Co-Op Power brings us the How Texas Laws Are Made infographic outlining the process bills go through in the state legislature to become the law of the land.  Also available as a PDF for download here.

The 83rd session of the Texas Legislature—150 representatives and 31 senators—is under way. What transpires over the 140-day session that began January 8 may seem incomprehensibly complex to the average citizen. So, in the interest of keeping our co-op members informed and involved, we offer this compact guide to how a bill moves through the legislative process and reasons why communication with your legislators matters.

Designed by Mike Wirth Art with Suzanne Cooper-Guasco, Ph.D., this infographic uses a game-board design style to online all of the steps along the path.  The color-coding to differentiate the activities between the House, the Senate and the Governor is clear and easy to understand.

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Reader Comments (1)

Very nice! Thanks for this, and I'll share it with my friends and family who don't understand me when I try to tell them what I've been up to at the Capitol, lately.

One thought: Bills (except for the state budget) may also originate in the Senate. A note explaining that fact may help those who wonder if the Senate was missing a step along this sequential path.
February 6, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAndy

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