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AUSTIN- The 84th Legislative Session ended on a high note for State Representative John Frullo (Lubbock). One of his key measures defending knife owners' rights received overwhelming support from both legislative chambers and earned him the coveted Knife Rights' Freedom's Edge Award.

Representatives John Frullo and Dustin Burrows offer the following joint statement regarding the Texas House of Representatives' proposed budget: "The House budget is good for West Texas and prioritizes items such as Public Education, Higher Education and Transportation..."

After nearly 18 hours of floor debate wrapping up at 5:49am and more than 350 proposed amendments, I'm pleased to announce that we were able to approve a fiscally conservative budget that is responsive to the needs of the state and prioritizes issues that are crucial to Texans.

(Austin) The landscape for the current 84th Legislative Session was revealed today as Speaker Joe Straus announced House committees and chairmanships for the 84th Legislature. Among the key players with prominent assignments is State Representative John Frullo (R-Lubbock).

Austin – Today a nativity scene was unveiled at the State Capitol honoring the birth of Jesus Christ in celebration of Christmas. The display was funded by private citizens as a part of the American Nativity Scene Committee and sponsored by State Representative John Frullo (R-Lubbock).

Austin - Speaker Joe Straus announced a new committee to address the abuse and neglect of Texas children.   The House Select Committee on Child Protection is charged with studying the incidents of abuse and neglect fatalities in Texas and making recommendations to protect Texas children.  In fiscal year, 2013, 156 Texas children died as a result of abuse and neglect...

AUSTIN, TX— The Texas Association of Business is awarding Representative John Frullo with a Champion for Free Enterprise award in recognition of his support for the business community during the 83rd Legislative Session. In TAB’s “For the Record” report card for lawmakers Rep. Frullo received a 93 percent out of a possible...

Lubbock - Texas State Representative John Frullo was appointed to the Energy Council by Texas House Speaker Joe Straus. Just finishing his second regular legislative session and three special sessions, Rep. Frullo was appointed to the Energy Council which includes representatives from Texas, nine other U.S. states, and Alberta,...

What does your Texas Drought look like?

Lubbock, Texas. As drought conditions persist across the state, Texas State Representative Frullo announces the “What Does your Texas drought look like?” statewide photo campaign. This campaign invites all Texans to contribute their photos of the effects of the on-going drought...

AUSTIN- The 83rd Legislative Session is coming to an end, and two of State Representative John Frullo's (Lubbock) key measures have received approval of both legislative chambers. Soon, they will be heading toward the Governor's desk for his signature.

House Bill 2637 and Senate Bill 742, the Senate companion to Frullo's...

AUSTIN- As the 83rd Legislative Session progresses, State Representative John Frullo (Lubbock) continues to see his legislation move through the process. Two of his top initiatives for this session received committee hearings, House Bill 2268 and House Bill 1677.
One step closer to becoming law, HB 2268...

2013 Newsletter with information for District 84 about the 83rd session of the Texas House of Representatives.

2011 Newsletter with information for District 84 about the 82rd session of the Texas House of Representatives.