Representative John Frullo congratulated Texas Tech today for hitting a significant milestone in the path to obtaining a tier-one status.
Texas Association of Business President and CEO Bill Hammond said “By voting for the interests of Texas’ business, Representative Frullo also supported all of the taxpayers of Texas.”
State Representative John Frullo will serve on a committee that addresses human trafficking.
Two area representatives have announced their candidacy for re-election next year. State Representative John Frullo announced he will run for the Texas House of Representatives in District 84. He authored four House bills and sponsored four Senate bills which passed this past year
Farm, ranch, and timber operators who produce agricultural and timber products for sale will be required to get a registration number to claim their sales tax exemption on taxable products used in their businesses.
The award was presented to Rep. Frullo (R) on the evening of Election Day at Midtown Printing and Graphics
If you could issue a report card for lawmakers here in Texas, what would it look like? It's time to hand out grades to your elected officials!
Senator Robert Duncan received an F, for voting wrong more than half the time, in the opinion of Empower Texans.
State Rep. Charles Perry joined Chad and Rex on Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News.
Have the mistakes of Rep. Charles Perry cost him? One of his biggest political blunders came during redistricting by trying to change Rep. John Frullo's district. After the jump, Chad Hasty will share his thoughts on the mistake and why if Perry isn't careful, he might not last in Austin very long.