State Representative John Frullo will see two of his bills sent to Governor Rick Perry's desk to be signed.
“Last session, we passed Alicia’s Law to give law enforcement more tools to stop perpetrators from committing crimes against children on the internet,” said Frullo. “This session, we are continuing that work.”
A number of states already have similar laws on the books, and have reportedly found them to be helpful in decreasing bureaucratic red tape when going after internet predators.
Frullo filed House Bill 1677 which aims to provide law enforcement with more information to protect children from abduction.
Frullo and Perry have been appointed to three of the most powerful committees in Austin.
On Thursday's edition of Lubbock's First News, state representative John Frullo talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about the latest going on in the Texas state legislature and across the nation.
On Thursday's edition of Lubbock's First News, state representative John Frullo talked with guest host Cole Shooter about the upcoming Texas legislative session.
On the Monday edition of the Chad Hasty Show, state representative John Frullo joined guest host Paul R. Beane in studio to discuss the upcoming Texas legislative session.
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus today created the Interim Committee on Manufacturing, which will recommend ways that the Legislature can help strengthen the manufacturing sector in Texas.
The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce is hosting a State Legislative Appreciation Luncheon, featuring Texas Senator Robert Duncan and State Representatives John Frullo and Charles Perry.