Texas takes action to address transportation infrastructure woes

Texas Takes Action to Address Transportation Infrastructure Woes


After 140 days of intense work at the state capitol in Austin, the 86th Texas Legislature officially adjourned Sine Die on May 27, 2019. During this year’s legislative session, 7,324 total bills were filed for consideration — including 4,765 bills in the Texas House, and 2,559 legislative proposals in the Senate…

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TIPRO is a trade association representing the interests of nearly 3,000 independent oil and natural gas producers and royalty owners throughout Texas. As the largest statewide association in Texas that represents both independent producers and royalty owners, members include small businesses, the largest, publicly-traded independent producers, and mineral owners, estates, and trusts.

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