Co-Sponsored legislation that gives $18 billion in property tax relief to Texans and Texas businesses — the largest property tax cut in the state’s history and the country
As a member of the Appropriations Committee, Rep. Mano DeAyala helped craft the state budget that stays well below spending limits while addressing the needs of Texans. Total funding of $321.3 billion all funds.
Appropriated $5.1 billion to Border Security.
Delivering swift and severe punishment for human trafficking and fentanyl-related crimes in Texas. (HB 6) (HB 800)
Designated drug cartels and similar groups as “foreign terrorist organizations.” (SB 1900)
$93.6 billion this biennium to fund local schools. The states share of public education funding will exceed 50% for the first time in decades and reduce recapture by $5.5 billion.$1.4 billion in new funding for school safety measures.
Stopping gender modification by co-sponsoring a compassionate solution that will ensure children are protected from medically unnecessary and irreversible gender modificationtreatments. (SB 14)
Co-Authored the READER Act to eliminate sexually explicit books from public school libraries and protect Texas children from radical sexualization. (HB 900)
Sponsored the law to return election administration to elected officials and abolishing the Election Administrator. (SB 1750)
Co-Authored The Texas Regulatory Consistency Act to bring regulatory uniformity to Texas, leading to a more stable and prosperous economic environment. (HB 2127)
Prevented insurance providers from utilizing environmental, social, and corporate governance ratemaking (ESG). (SB 833)Co-Authored the creation of a specialized business court system to address complex business cases. (HB 19)
Authored important legislation to give homeowners the ability to opt-out of conservation districts imposed upon them in certain municipalities. (HB 4057)
Joint-Authored legislation to close the state’s largest property tax loophole and stop the ongoing abuses by the Houston Housing Authority. (HB 2071)
Co-Authored the Save Women’s Sports Act requiring student-athletes at Texas universities to compete based on their biological sex. (SB 15)Banned Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) offices at Texas universities. (SB 17)