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. 

Authors

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

Status

Bill Becomes Law

Session

86 (R)

Bill number

Position

Oppose

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