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How do you Register to Testify for a Bill in Texas 85th Session 2017?

If you want to testify on a particular Bill in Texas, you can start your registration process early. (For more help on putting your testimony together, click here.)
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You can schedule an appointment to talk to any House Representative (click to see all) and Senator (click to see all) at any time. However, if you want to influence them on what Bills they support, sponsor, or co-sponsor then you will want to do this before March 10, 2017 – deadline for filing bills.
Registration Recommendations

IMPORTANT : You can save time when you arrive at the Texas Capitol to register by creating your public profile in advance and be prepared by knowing:

Then register at the Kiosk or your personal IPad once you arrive at the Capitol building in Austin, 1100 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701. Here is a guide to the Austin Capitol with a building directory, guide, and brochure.

Instructional Videos

View a video on how to use House Witness Registration.

For more information go to the Texas Legislature Registration page here.

If you want to know who represents you, go to this page, Who Represents Me?


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Written by Sherry Palmer

As a constitutional family rights expert researcher and writer, Sherry helps parents and their attorneys see the possibilities in making constitutional arguments for parental rights as being in the child’s best interests. She enables parents and attorneys to assert rights and convert the constitutional principles into everyday practice and natural language. Sherry does this through creating and teaching online digital courses, speaking, webinars, and workshops. Sherry’s teachings are unique and cutting edge to the family law industry developed by her and her husband. Sherry attributes successfully developing the most powerful tools and a five-stage formula to assist attorneys and pro se parents get better results and fight legal abuses that occur in the family court settings.