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Rep. Flynn Receives Two Prestigious Conservative Recognitions

Rep. Dan Flynn has been named a 2015 Effective Conservative Lawmaker and as a 2015 Exemplary Conservative Lawmaker for Budget, Taxes & Governance by the Conservative Roundtable of Texas.TXCR_Badge_2015

These important recognitions were awarded based on Rep. Flynn’s efforts to pass a balanced budget, provide tax relief and advance conservative solutions throughout the span of 84th Texas Legislature. Consequently, Rep. Flynn will be featured on The Conservative Roundtable index.  For more info, see: http://www.txcrindex.com

November 3rd Ballot Propositions

As a result of the 84th Legislative Session, there will be many propositions on the ballot this November that we want to provide information on. These propositions may or may not directly affect you but please take time to read up on each of the seven propositions. A link to a very informative and detailed description of each proposition can be found at:

http://www.hro.house.state.tx.us/pdf/focus/amend84.pdf

 

Proposition 1

Texas Constitution, Art. 8, sec. 1-b(c) requires a school district to exempt from taxation $15,000 of the value of a residence homestead. Under this provision, as implemented by Tax Code, sec. 11.13(c), a school district must grant an additional $10,000 exemption from the appraised value of a residence homestead for adults who are disabled or at least 65 years old.

Supporters say

By increasing the homestead exemption, Proposition 1 would provide broad-based, crucial tax relief to Texans and drive economic growth.

Opponents say

Increasing the homestead exemption as proposed in Proposition 1 would not have a significant impact on the average Texan, and the state would lose the opportunity to make better investments in areas with critical needs, such as public or higher education.

 

Proposition 2

Art. 8, sec. 1-b(i) of the Texas Constitution authorizes the Legislature to exempt from property taxes all or part of the market value of the residence homestead of 100 percent or totally disabled veterans.

Supporters say

Proposition 2 would allow the Legislature to provide valuable tax relief to the families of deceased disabled veterans. Any fiscal impact on a single taxing district would be minimal, but the impact on individual families of totally disabled military veterans would be considerable.

Opponents say

Proposition 2 would reduce the revenue available to school districts, municipalities, counties, and other special taxing districts, such as hospital districts, and impose corresponding costs on the state.

 

Proposition 3

Texas Constitution, Art. 4, sec. 23 requires the comptroller of public accounts, commissioner of the General Land Office, attorney general, and any statutory state officer who is elected statewide to reside at the state capital during their terms of office.

Supporters say

Proposition 3 would remove a constitutional requirement that is no longer necessary. Requiring elected state officers to reside in the capital made sense when the Constitution was adopted because traveling to Austin in 1876 might have taken many days for a state official who lived elsewhere. The requirement is no longer necessary due to advances in transportation and technology that allow officials to travel to Austin easily or manage their duties while living in another part of the state.

Opponents say

Proposition 3 would change a provision in the Constitution that has served Texans well for 140 years. Statewide elected officials should carry out their duties in the seat of Texas government. Those elected to guide large agencies such as the comptroller’s office, the land office, or the attorney general’s office were elected to a full-time job and should be present at their respective agency headquarters in Austin on a daily basis. These officials know of the constitutional requirement to reside in the seat of Texas government when they decide to seek the office.

 

Proposition 4

Texas Constitution, Art. 3, sec. 47 requires the Legislature to enact laws prohibiting lotteries and gift enterprises. There are exceptions to this requirement for the state lottery, charitable bingo, and charitable raffles.

Supporters say

Proposition 4 would provide Texas’ professional sports teams with another tool to raise funds to support their charitable causes. While current law allows raffles for charitable purposes, restrictions in the Constitution and in the Occupations Code prevent charitable foundations of sports teams from making full use of a popular type of raffle to raise money for their youth sports, education, and community programs.

Opponents say

Proposition 4 could expand gambling in Texas by increasing the number of charitable raffles that certain groups can conduct and by allowing the groups to offer cash prizes. The changes proposed in the amendment and its enabling legislation would alter the rules designed to keep raffles to occasional games that award non-cash prizes and that funnel all proceeds to charity. These changes could open the door to other groups asking for expanded authority to offer such raffles.

 

Proposition 5

Texas Constitution, Art. 3, sec. 52f allows a county with a population of 5,000 or less, according to the most recent federal census, to build and maintain private roads if the county imposes a reasonable charge for the work.

Supporters say

Proposition 5 would update a provision of the Texas Constitution adopted in 1980 that governs the maximum population of a county allowed to build and maintain private roads. Small counties in Texas have grown since that time, and the Constitution should be updated to reflect population growth over the past 35 years.

Opponents say

Instead of increasing the maximum population threshold, the population limit for counties should be eliminated. All counties in the state should have the option to build and maintain their roads as long as private landowners agree and pay the county for the cost of the work.

 

Proposition 6

Proposition 6 would amend the Bill of Rights (Art. 1, Texas Constitution) to establish the right to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife in Texas.

Supporters say

Proposition 6 would constitutionally guarantee the right of Texans to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife. While Texas has a rich and vibrant hunting and fishing tradition, animal rights and anti-hunting organizations in other states have worked to limit hunting through onerous bag limits or by eliminating the hunting of certain types of game. To guard against such restrictions, many states already have passed right-to-hunt-and-fish amendments. Proposition 6 would ensure that Texas’ long-standing heritage of hunting and fishing was protected for future generations.

Opponents say

Proposition 6 is unnecessary because there is no immediate threat to hunting and fishing in Texas.

 

Proposition 7

The constitutional amendment dedicating certain sales and use tax revenue and motor vehicle sales, use, and rental tax revenue to the state highway fund to provide funding for non-tolled roads and the reduction of certain transportation-related debt.”

Supporters say

Proposition 7 would provide a steady, consistent funding source for transportation projects across the state by dedicating a portion of two types of taxes to the state highway fund. Because the dedication could be temporarily reduced with a two-thirds vote of the House and Senate, the proposed amendment would accomplish these goals without unnecessarily tying the hands of the Legislature and compromising the state’s ability to fund critical state services.

Opponents say

Proposition 7 could tie the hands of the state in future years by constitutionally dedicating more than $5 billion to transportation projects each fiscal biennium. Because the state has many other constitutionally dedicated funds and mandated expenses, the Legislature has discretion over only about 17 percent of the state budget.

Aerospace Scholars Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: Camie Lowman or Deb Derham
Phone:  281.483.4112
Fax:  281.483.3789
E-mail: jsc-aeroscho@mail.nasa.gov

REPRESENTATIVE FLYNN ANNOUNCES START OF 2015-2016 HIGH SCHOOL AEROSPACE SCHOLARS

Representative Dan Flynn is pleased to announce the launch of the 2015-2016 High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS) project. HAS enables selected Texas high school juniors to explore new frontiers and become a part of NASA’s plan for space exploration.

Selected students will apply their math and science skills to complete web-based assignments during the school year, and those who score high enough will travel to Johnson Space Center in Houston during the summer to put those skills to use. With

the guidance of NASA scientists and engineers at Johnson, they will design a mission to Mars and take part in hands-on engineering challenges.

To be eligible, students must be:

  • a U.S. citizen;
  • a Texas resident;
  • a current high school junior;
  • interested in science, math or engineering;
  • able to commit to the six-month online course and a one-week residential experience during the summer; and
  • able to access the Internet and e-mail (home, school or public library).

The state of Texas, in partnership with Johnson and the Texas educational community, developed HAS in 1999 to encourage students to pursue studies and careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Some 8,300 students from across Texas have participated in the program since its inception 16 years ago. Additional partners include the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Rotary National Award for Space Achievement and University of Houston System.

High school juniors interested in applying for the 2015-2016 project should visit:

http:l/HAS.aerospacescholars.org/

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Flynn Report: Van Texas Tornado Update

May 18th, 2015

Greetings Friends, Constituents and Supporters:

Van Update

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Over the weekend, I was able to be in my hometown of Van in order to survey the devastation of the town and meet with volunteers who are assisting the community. Don Dunn, Superintendent of Van ISD, guided Congressman Jeb Hensarling and me though the destruction to the district and we viewed our schools first hand. The devastation is sobering but I continue to have faith that our city of Van will put itself back together and be a stronger community  and more united than ever.

I was so pleased that Congressman Hensarling  called on his colleagues to observe a moment of silence on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives for the City of Van and the victims of the recent tornado and flash flooding.

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Honored that members of the Texas House of Representatives stood with me in a moment of silence on the House Floor to honor our city and victims.

We appreciate the Governor, Speaker, Lt. Governor, Commissioner  of Texas Education Agency, as well as Agg Commissioner Sid Miller’s visit to Van to help the state’s commitment to Van and our community. The commitment of major resources and funding to the area will be instrumental in ensuring a full recovery to our  community and we truly appreciate their dedicated involvement.

 

It remains my pleasure and honor to represent all the people of House District 2.  My staff and I continue to welcome your input and your questions. You can contact our office; mailing address: P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768. Email: District2.Flynn@house.state.tx.us. Phone Number: 512-463-0880

May God continue to bless you and the Great State of Texas!

Dan Flynn, State Representative, District 2IMG_1216

Flynn Report: May 15 2015

May 18th, 2015

Texas Commitment to Life

This week, the Texas House passed three substantial pro-life bills as the midnight deadline for the House to give preliminary approval to its own bills. Three more pro-life bills are on the calendar for consideration. The legislative session ends on June 1. The House gave its preliminary approval to HB 3374  to require physicians to provide state-provided educational materials to parents of an unborn child newly diagnosed with Down syndrome. An amendment  assures that the state materials do not advocate for abortion and the bill passed. The House also gave preliminary approval to HB 3074 to give patents at the end of life the right to food and water if requested by the patient or the patients family. A large coalition of pro-life and disability rights organizations supported HB 3074. Third, the House gave its final approval to HB 3994, a pro-life bill to reform the judicial bypass process in Texas law for abortions on minor girls. The House passed HB 3994 on 93-46 vote.

Conservatives in the House have worked very hard to preserve and advance pro-life legislation and the passage of these bills are crucial in our commitment to life.

Legislative Update

House Bill 114, relating to the issuance of certain capital appreciation bonds by political subdivisions, has been mentioned in  previous reports but the passage of this bill is monumental as it is the first bill of its kind to address runaway local debt. This is a priority for both Texans in our district and throughout the state. This helps to reduce the burden of debt being placed on our children and grandchildren.

Traditional Marriage

It was very disappointing to see so much effort that was spent last night to achieve the desired push by the Texas House Democrats, hoping to kill legislation banning gay marriage and other bills they opposed. They missed few opportunities Thursday to unleash delaying tactics designed to minimize progress during a 15-hour floor session. Knowing House bills would die unless given a vote before midnight, Democrats drafted dozens of amendments, raised points of order and asked detailed, sometimes repetitive questions — keeping the House to a four-bills-an-hour pace through most of the day.  Sadly much needed and good legislation did not have opportunity to be voted on.

Texans have clearly and overwhelmingly supported traditional marriage in state wide elections and that support remains strong.

It remains my pleasure and honor to represent all the people of House District 2.  My staff and I continue to welcome your input and your questions. You can contact our office; mailing address: P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768. Email: District2.Flynn@house.state.tx.us. Phone Number: 512-463-0880

May God continue to bless you and the Great State of Texas!

Dan Flynn, State Representative, District 2

Flynn Report: May 13 2015

May 12th, 2015

Greetings Friends, Constituents and Supporters:

Van Tornado

As many of you are aware, a tornado touched down in my hometown of Van in Van Zandt County at approximately 10PM Sunday evening. At least two fatalities have been confirmed so far as have multiple injuries. Those injured were transported by ambulance to local area hospitals in Tyler. Power lines were downed, trees uprooted, and IH 20 was closed due to overturned tractor trailers and later reopened. Numerous homes have sustained major damage along with damage to the Elementary School, Middle School, Administration Building and bus barn. The 1st Baptist Church and other local churches have opened their facilities to serve as a gathering place and a shelter for those in need. Rains are supposed to continue throughout the week and damage assessments will also continue. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the injured, those who lost friends and family members and to those who lost their homes and suffered severe property damage. We honor all of our friends and those who have stepped up to help in this time of need. Firstly, I want to thank Governor Abbott for his quick action in declaring Van a disaster area so they could get the help they need. I also want to thank Education Commissioner Michael Williams, Ag. Commissioner Sid Miller, and Comptroller Glenn Heger for their support in our coordinating efforts. Thank God for his mercy on our community as we rebuild.

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HB 114 relating to the issuance of certain capital appreciation bonds by political subdivisions was heard in the House this week and passed second reading 140 to 0. This is a huge success for Texas and future generations of Texans because it begins to curb and limit the runaway spending of local debt and places limits on the ability to add to the massive debt assigned to our children and grandchildren.

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Very pleased that House Bill 91 which allows licensed farmers to sell raw milk from their farms and in farmers’ markets passed in the House of Representatives 103 to 36. This bill makes it clear that raw milk may be sold at or from the farms of licensed farmers, as well as in farmers’ markets. We have been working on getting this passed for a couple sessions now and it all comes down to free enterprise. These farmers deserve to make a living off selling their product. I also want to thank Chairwoman Myra Crownover from the Public Health Committee for her assistance in getting this to the floor. HB 91 has now been sent to the Senate for consideration. House Bill 91 which would allow licensed farmers to sell raw milk from their farms and in farmers’ markets passed second reading in the House of Representatives today 122 to 14. This bill makes it clear that raw milk may only be sold at or from the farms of licensed farmers, as well as in farmers’ markets. Representative Dan Flynn, HD-2 , author of H.B. 91, said: “We have been working on getting this passed for a couple sessions now and it all comes down to free enterprise. These farmers deserve to make a living off selling their product. I also want to thank Chairwoman Crownover from the Public Health Committee for her assistance in getting this to the floor.”

House Bill 670: We continue to push hard to get this legislation, American Law in American Courts, out of committee and I am glad to say it has been sent to calendars committee.

It remains my pleasure and honor to represent all the people of House District 2. My staff and I continue to welcome your input and your questions. You can contact our office; mailing address: P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768. Email: District2.Flynn@house.state.tx.us. Phone Number: 512-463-0880

May God continue to bless you and the Great State of Texas!

Dan Flynn, State Representative, District 2

Flynn Report: May 1 2015

May 1st, 2015

Greetings Friends, Constituents and Supporters:

Tax Bills HB 31 and HB 32ff

The Texas House gave overwhelming preliminary approval Tuesday to a pair of bills that would reduce the tax burden on Texans. House Bill 31 would reduce the state sales tax rate from 6.25 percent to 5.95 percent. House Bill 32 would reduce franchise tax rates by 25 percent. Following the votes, Speaker Joe Straus (R-San Antonio) released the following statement:

“Today the House voted to provide all Texans with tax relief that encourages job creation and economic growth. The House looks forward to a productive conversation with the Senate about how best to deliver results on this issue and the many others that matter to our economy and to Texas families.”

The passage of HB31 and HB 32 is a path toward eliminating the franchise tax which I believe is an unfair tax on citizens of Texas.    Following the 83rd Legislature, the franchise tax rates were already reduced  (respectively to 0.475 percent and 0.95   percent ) but these decreases expire on December 31, 2015. House Bill 32 would further reduce the rates and make the decrease in the rate it proposes permanent.

House Bill 32 also has provisions that would modify Sec. 171.1016 of the Tax code regarding the E-Z Computation method. It would increase the maximum total revenue under which a taxable entity can file the franchise tax using the E-Z computation method from $10 million to $20 million, and would reduce the rate used from 0.575 percent to 0.331 percent.

Transparency Legislation HB 1378

This week the House of Representatives passed HB 1378 which is the third major transparency bill I have been able to generate support and passage. This legislation specifically requires many levels and types of governmental   organizations to simply report their levels  of debt and  put that information for you the taxpayer online to see.

In the 2012-13 biennium, the Legislative Budget Board fiscal estimated that Texas has a total debt service expenditure of $3.265 billion or approximately 1.9% of total appropriations.  This is an approximately  19% increase from the 2010-11 biennium and approximate 284% increase from the 2000-01 biennium.

More worrisome, Texas has extremely high levels of local debt- some of the highest in the nation.  According to the Texas Bond Review Board local governments have almost 200 billion in local outstanding bond debt and it is worth noting that local debt makes up 83 percent of all public debt in Texas. School Districts in particular now have an estimated outstanding debt of over 111 billion dollars and 21 school districts with more than a billion dollars in debt each.

To ensure voters are adequately informed about any new debt they are being asked to approve transparency of the levels of debt, payments and per capita burden need to be disclosed on a regular basis.  To be fair to all Texas voters, these transparency requirements should apply to all political subdivisions including cities, counties, school districts and special taxing districts. There are many concerns among taxpayers that legislation is needed to ensure greater transparency in open government and HB1378 does this by establishing guidelines for a political subdivisions completion and distribution of annual financial reports.

Texas cannot continue to bury itself in local debt that is in the hundreds of billions of dollars.  We must enhance the transparency of political subdivision debt obligations as a means to allow the citizens of Texas a method to see what they are voting for and what it does to debt on themselves and their children and grandchildren before they vote.

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This week I also laid out House Concurrent Resolution 61 which urges Congress to reimburse the State of Texas for bearing the financial burden of the federal government’s responsibility to secure the Texas-Mexico international border. I am glad that my fellow members are united in the determination to defend the border and take action when the Federal Government has refused to do so.

Legislation Update

I also wanted to let readers know that HB91-our raw milk bill, and HB 150-daylight savings time bill, have been passed out of their respective committees and are on their way to Calendars Committee.

It remains my pleasure and honor to represent all the people of House District 2.  My staff and I continue to welcome your input and your questions. You can contact our office; mailing address: P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768. Email: District2.Flynn@house.state.tx.us. Phone Number: 512-463-0880

May God continue to bless you and the Great State of Texas!

Dan Flynn, State Representative, District 2

Judge Drum

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Visit from Judge Drum here in the Capitol

 

Flynn Report: July 18 2013 Governor Perry Signs HB2, Bans Abortion After 20 Weeks

Governor Rick Perry Signs HB 2

Bans Abortion After 20 Weeks

AUSTIN – Thursday morning Texas Governor Rick Perry signed House Bill 2 into law. The abortion regulation legislation stirred emotions and ignited controversy throughout the first special session and has remained through the second special. House Bill 2 effectively bans abortion procedures after 20 weeks, or 5 months, requires greater regulation and restriction of the medication abortion drug RU-486, requires abortion providers have admittance privileges at nearby hospitals and requires abortion facilities to meet ambulatory surgical center standards.

Representative Dan Flynn (R-Van) was in attendance at the bill signing and was joined by other members of the Texas Legislature. “What we have witnessed here at the Capitol is historic,” stated Representative Flynn shortly after the signing ceremony. “I am honored to have been a part of shepherding this legislation through the Legislature and am elated that Governor Perry and my colleagues recognize the importance of protecting the life of the unborn and the safety and wellbeing of mothers across our state.”

In a letter to Governor Perry on May 24, 2013, Representative Flynn stood with 60 House members in urging the Governor to add pro-life legislation to the call. Representative Flynn shared authorship of the bill during both the first and second special session.

“House District 2 has been overwhelming in their support of this legislation and of my position. My vow to protect life was constantly reaffirmed by the thoughtful prayers and words of encouragement I received from so many friends, colleagues and constituents,” said Representative Flynn. “The adversity we faced only strengthened my conviction that we remain on the right side of the fight.”

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See Full Press Release Here: 7.18.13 – Governor Perry Signs HB2

See More Photos From HB2 Debate

Flynn Report: July 9, 2013 – House Bill 2: Abortion Legislation Overview

Greetings Friends, Constituents & Supporters,

So many groups and individuals have presented commentaries on the bills currently before the Texas House of Representatives and the Texas Senate. The House Republican Caucus has provided an outstanding outline of the bills before the House and the Senate. I thought you would appreciate receiving this information. HB2/SB1 is about ensuring access to safe procedures. This legislation brings abortion providers, physicians, and facilities up to the standard that is commonplace throughout the rest of medicine. Major points of the bill: Increase abortion facility safety standards to the level of ambulatory surgical centers to shut down Gosnell-like abortion providers in Texas;

  • Require the 18,000 RU-486 abortions performed each year in Texas be done according to FDA safety standards;
  • Require physicians who perform abortions to be appropriately credentialed in order to reduce the risk of complications and ensure that complications are properly managed when they occur; and
  • Preventing late-term abortions on unborn children beginning at five months of pregnancy, when scientific evidence indicates babies can feel pain.

These common sense measures will protect the health and well-being of women by requiring abortion facilities to meet the level of care appropriate for this kind of serious medical procedure, especially in the event of an emergency.

30 Mile Hospital Rule

This portion of the bill requires physicians who perform abortions to be appropriately credentialed in order to reduce the risk of complications and ensure that complications are properly managed when they occur. The requirement of abortion providers to secure admitting privileges at a local hospital also provides accountability to the medical community in which they provide abortions. This is a higher level of accountability and oversight than the current standards provide. The 30 mile hospital rule ensures that women get an appropriate standard of care and a continuum of care in the case of complications from their abortion. When extending hospital privileges to doctors, hospital reviewing boards substantiate their education, residencies, fellowships and practice experience for appropriateness of training and competency in their field. They can be denied privileges if it is determined they have a lack of training, cannot demonstrate competency, have lost their medical license in another state, or have previously been found guilty of fraud or abuse. Also:

  • All of the state’s existing abortion facilities are within 30 miles of a hospital where they can be admitted.
  • 2/3 of the abortion doctors in the state already have active admitting privileges at a hospital within that designated radius – some doctors have privileges at more than one hospital. This requirement will weed out the bad actors that do not have the creditability to receive admitting privileges.

Ambulatory Surgical Centers

This requirement will bring abortion clinics up to the same standard as any ambulatory surgical center, subjecting the abortion clinics to higher standards, scrutiny, and regulations. Raising the standards will ensure that:

  • Qualified medical personnel are available for emergency treatment;
  • The facility meets operating rooms requirements;
  • The facility meets pre-op room requirements; and
  • Other medical center standards including wider hallways, emergency generators, defibrillation equipment, and air filtration systems.

Five abortion clinics in Texas already meet these standards. The bill gives the remaining clinics over a year (until September 1, 2014) to meet new safety requirements. Texas abortion facilities need to invest in women’s safety. It is our duty to ensure if a woman enters a clinic she can be assured it is meeting a basic standard of care.

Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in the nation and in Texas, reported $87.4 million in excess revenue and more than $1.2 billion in net assets in its 2011-2012 annual report. Investing in the upgrade to ensure the safety of their patients is not an onerous requirement.

RU486 (abortion-inducing drug)

HB2 requires RU-486 to be administered using the protocol tested and authorized by the United States Food and Drug Administration or in the dosage amount prescribed by the clinical management guidelines defined by the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Practice Bulletin as those guidelines existed on January 1, 2013. This falls within sound medical practices and is reasonable in light of the fact that abortion providers are not required to be gynecologists

Fetal Pain

There is ample medical evidence that children in the womb can feel pain as early as 20 weeks – or 5 months, in fact, the evidence amply demonstrates that they can feel pain much earlier (potentially at 10 weeks). Three medical specialists have proven the science of preborn children experiencing pain during an abortion procedure. Dr. Paul Liu, Dr. Ingrid Skop, and Dr. Greg Bonnen all speak to the behavioral and physiological evidence confirming that pre-born children feel pain.

After 5 months of pregnancy, it is our responsibility as Representatives to protect the innocent and to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves. 5 months, when a baby’s head, hands and feet are visible in a sonogram, is a reasonable amount of time for a mother to make a decision on her pregnancy.

Once again we are hearing the liberal extreme groups resorting to tactics that have no basis in truth. These bills will protect the innocent unborn and provide Texas women with healthy professional and clean health care. These bills do not ban abortions. These bills are a common sense measure that allow 5 months for a woman to make her decision regarding her pregnancy.

It remains my pleasure and honor to represent all the people of House District 2. My staff and I continue to welcome your input and your questions.

You can contact our office; mailing address: P. O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768.

Email: District2.Flynn@house.state.tx.us. Toll free number 1-800-734-9515.

May God continue to bless you and the Great State of Texas! Dan Flynn, State Representative, District 2

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See Full Flynn Report Here: HB2: Abortion Legislation Overview, 7/9/2013