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Brian Birdwell

Republican — Senator — District 22
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Brian Birdwell represents Senate District 22 in the Texas Senate, is a member of 10 committees, and is the primary sponsor of 234 bills.

2010 446418.1
2012 262560.54

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  • Capitol address:

    P.O. Box 12068, Capitol Station
    Austin, TX 78711
    Phone: 512-463-0122
  • District address:

    900 Austin Ave, Suite 500
    Waco, TX 76701
    Phone: 254-772-6225

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News and Blog Coverage

Health Commissioner Endorses "Mega-Agency"

Texas’ top health official told lawmakers Wednesday that they should combine the state's five health departments into one “mega-agency.” A single, consolidated health commission would better serve the state’s most vulnerable populations, Health and Human Services Executive Commissioner Kyle Janek told the Sunset Advisory Commission, which evaluates the efficiency of ...

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Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • SB 350

    Relating to the duties of the General Land Office and other state agencies with regard to the accounting for and management of real property owned by the state.

  • SB 11

    Relating to the carrying of concealed handguns on the campuses of and certain other locations associated with institutions of higher education.

  • SB 352

    Relating to the violation of certain court orders or conditions of bond in a family violence, sexual assault or abuse, stalking, or trafficking case.

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  • SB 351

    Relating to the determination of resident status of students by public institutions of higher education.

  • SB 346

    Relating to the authority of a person who is licensed to carry a handgun to openly carry a holstered handgun; creating a criminal offense; providing penalties.

  • SCR 5

    Urging 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.

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