Offices for rent in my building. Trying to talk my lawyer friend into opening a branch of his law offices to Sealy so we can just fight and compete day and night.
Apr 17, 2017, 5:10 pm CDT
|House Criminal Jurisprudence|
On Monday, April 17, the House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee considered a full agenda of bills. The following bills were among those voted favorably from the committee:
The next committee meeting is scheduled for Monday, April 24. Among the bills to be considered are:
|House Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence|
The House Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence Committee heard a variety of bills on Tuesday, April 18. Among the bills considered and left pending were:
The next meeting of the committee is scheduled for Tuesday, April 25. Click here to view the agenda. Among the bills to be considered are:
|House Juvenile Justice & Family Issues|
The House Juvenile Justice & Family Issues Committee met on Wednesday, April 19, and considered a variety of bills, all of which were left pending. Click here for the archived committee broadcast.
The committee agenda for next week was not posted in time for inclusion in the here. Update. Current information on upcoming meetings for this committee can be found
|Senate Criminal Justice|
The Senate Committee on Criminal Justice met on Tuesday, April 18. Click here to view the agenda. Among the bills considered and voted favorably were:
|Senate State Affairs|
The Senate Committee on State Affairs met on Thursday, April 20. Among the bills considered were four bills that are included in the State Bar Legislative package and described below.
Click here to listen to the archived broadcast. The committee recessed until morning at Current information on upcoming meetings for this committee can be found here.
|State Bar Legislative Program|
The following bills, included in the State Bar’s 2017 legislative program, changed status this week:
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The officials at the University of California at Berkeley have had a change of heart and agreed to the planned speech by conservative Ann Coulter. The decision to cancel the speech was criticized on this blog and in other forums as the latest example of mob rule on our campuses. The decision is a welcomed change. Berkeley will now have to protect Coulter and those who want to hear her from the type of violent mob actions seen previously on that and other campuses. This is by no means easy but it is a definitional test for an academic institution. We cannot be dictated to by the mob
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