Legislative Matrix: Texas State Full Name Course Faculty Name Date Elected Official Assigned Committees Active Legislation Bills Past Legislative Initiatives Cornyn John - (R - TX) Class II Senate Committee on Finance Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Senate Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control A bill to enforce current law regarding the National Instant Criminal Background Check System CORRECTIONS Act Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act S. 202: A bill to provide for a technical change to the Medicare long-term care hospital moratorium exception S. 141: Protecting history and significantly less than the co-sponsorship average of 216 bills. Williams has had one bill signed by the president. Governor Greg Abbott Local disability committee higher education healthcare and finance committees The governor signs into law all the bills brought by the state assemblies Governor Abbott Signs Legislation Extending Maternal Mortality And Morbidity Task Force ReferencesU.S. Senate: Senators of the 115th Congress. (2017). Senate.gov. Retrieved 21 November 2017 from www.senate.gov Directory of Representatives | House.gov. (2017). House.gov. Retrieved 21 November 2017 from www.house.gov Governments | USAGov. (2017). Usa.gov. Retrieved 21 November 2017 from https://www.usa.gov/local-governments [...]
Student will develop a Legislative Matrix based upon the specific legislators in a residential/geographical legislative district. State and Federal legislators will be identified: State Representatives, Senators, Congressman and Governor. Each legislator’s assigned committees and any active legislation bills and/or past legislative initiatives will be identified. This information will be used to assist in the development of the Legislative Communication assignment. See Rubric Submission Details: Support your responses with examples. Cite any sources in APA format.