Villalba Files Bill to Save the Lives of Organ Recipients

February 17, 2017

Rep. Villalba files bill to provide greater and more efficient access to organs in Texas AUSTIN, TEXAS – Today, Representative Jason Villalba (R-Dallas) filed HB 1938, which will amend the current method of identifying as an organ donor on a Texas driver’s license. HB 1938 would provide that those Texas citizens who seek to donate […]

Potential changes to schools’ grading system?

January 17, 2017

From Breitbart – Armed Texas Teachers: We Will ‘Protect Our Students’

September 23, 2016

Excerpt Below. Read the full story at Breitbart A small school district in the Texas Hill Country placed a sign that gives would-be troublemakers something to think about if they contemplate harming any students on campus. “Attention,” the sign reads. “Please be aware that the staff at Medina ISD may be armed and will use whatever force […]

Rep. Villalba’s Latest Op-Ed; Villalba Stands with Abbott to Eliminate Sanctuary Cities in Texas

October 30, 2015

The reason illegal immigration has catapulted to the No. 1 issue in America is not because of esoteric concerns about racism or xenophobia. It is because moms and dads across the nation want to tuck their children in at night with the knowledge that their community is safe and that law enforcement authorities are doing […]

Tell the Senate NO on Planned Parenthood Funding

August 3, 2015

Friends, Today we must stand together and put an end to one of the most barbaric practices in American History: baby harvesting.  Whether you are a conservative Republican like me or just a concerned citizen, it’s is time for us to act to completely DEFUND PLANNED PARENTHOOD in the United States so that we can end […]

House Passes Ignition Interlock Bill

May 11, 2015

On May 5, Representative Jason Villalba (R-Dallas) passed House Bill 2246 in the Texas House of Representatives creating an all-offender ignition interlock law that provides first-time convicted DWI offenders with access to an occupational license so long as the offender installs an ignition interlock device on the offender’s automobile. Under existing law, interlock devices are […]

Representative Jason Villalba Announces Two Bills Combating Domestic Violence in Texas

April 17, 2015

Texas State Representative Jason Villalba (R-Dallas) authored and filed two important bills addressing domestic violence in Texas. The two pieces of legislation aim to inform the public of repeat offenders and to look at the punishment given to repeat offenders. “Domestic violence is a growing epidemic with tragic consequences,” said Rep. Villalba. “We need to […]

State Representative Jason Villalba Files Bill Requiring Greater Transparency on Use of Asset Forfeiture Funds

March 2, 2015

Today, State Representative Jason Villalba (R-Dallas) announced that he has filed House Bill 2116, legislation that would limit the use of asset forfeiture funds and require expenses satisfied with asset forfeiture funds to be published publicly on a regular basis. “It’s critical that we effectively utilize every resource available in the fight against crime,” Representative […]

Representative Jason Villalba Files Bill Creating The First Chancery Court of Texas

February 18, 2015

Today, Texas State Representative Jason Villalba (R-Dallas) filed House Bill 1603, which creates the first Chancery Court in the history of Texas. This legislation creates a new court, called the Chancery Court of Texas, whose limited jurisdiction will include various business-related legal matters that currently clog the state district courts and that are best determined […]

Rep. Villalba Files HJR Safeguarding and Bolstering Religious Liberty in Texas

December 17, 2014

Legislation protects Texans from State infringement of Religious Liberty AUSTIN – Texas State Representative Jason Villalba (District 114) announced today that he has authored and filed House Joint Resolution 55 calling for a Constitutional Amendment to the Texas Constitution that would bolster and protect the citizens of Texas from infringement of their religious liberties.  The […]