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The 2011 Legislative Recap on Children's Issues
Texans Care for Children

July, 2011

Texans Care for Children
What did this Texas Legislature Do for Kids?
Our 2011 Recap Explains.
Thousands of bills, hundreds pertaining to children, made their way through this year's Texas Legislature. What good bills passed, what received funding, and what met the governor's veto pen? And which bad ideas for children became law?
With today's end to the legislative special session, Texans Care for Children releases our last report in the series on Texas children and the state's bottom line. The recap report describes what the legislative session will do for our state and its future. Our summary explains what lawmakers did for children's health, security, and wellbeing at school, home, and the community.
With details about the budget and hundreds of key bills for children, A Session Recap on the Bottom Line: Children and the 82nd Texas Legislature identifies more than 50 positive new laws, the session's setbacks and missed opportunities, and what comes next for Texas families.

To view the full session recap, click here.
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