Oppose: SB 22 would prevent any tax payer funds, including municipal funds, from being used to partner with an abortion provider, such as through rent deals for abortion facilities. 

Update 3/7/19: This bill has been referred to the Senate State Affairs committee.

Update 3/18/19: Scheduled for a public hearing on March 18, 2019.

Update 3/26/19: Placed on Senate intent calendar for floor vote consideration.

Update 4/2/19: The Senate voted to pass this bill. 

Update 4/4/19: This bill has been referred to the House State Affairs committee.

Update 4/17/19: Voted out of committee and is now awaiting a House vote.

Update 5/17/19: Scheduled for a House floor hearing on May 17, 2019. 

Update 5/17/19: The House voted to pass this bill. 

Update 5/25/19: This bill was sent to the Governor to sign into law. 

Update 6/7/19: The Governor signed this bill into law, effective 9/1/19. 


Sen. Campbell, Sen. Bettencourt, Sen. Birdwell, Sen. Buckingham, Sen. Creighton, Sen. Fallon, Sen. Flores, Sen. Hall, Sen. Hancock, Sen. Huffman, Sen. Hughes, Sen. Kolkhorst, Sen. Lucio, et al


Bill Becomes Law


86 (R)

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