Map of Bills Filed by Texas House and Senate Members

Updated May 29, 2017.

Last week, the Texas Legislature published bills filed by our newly elected House and Senate members. The Texas Legislature only meets for six months every two years. These bills are the raw materials for potential new state laws. You can browse the publicly available data here.

I wanted to get a better understanding of district geography and politics, so I built these maps. When you click on a district, the popup contains a synopsis and a link to the bill. If there is no proposed legislation, the district is blank.

Questions? Want to embed these maps on your site? Please contact me.

House Bills

Senate Bills

Jeff Reichman

Jeff is passionate about data. He founded January Advisors and Sketch City, and serves on the board of the League of Women Voters of the Houston Area. Read his full bio on LinkedIn.

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