We believe everyone should take an active role in their government. Like-minded business owners can and should direct legislation. BIZPAC is our united voice.
BIZPAC is a business political networking organization that works directly with elected and appointed government officials at the municipal, state, and federal levels. BIZPAC committee chairmen have relationships at these levels of government to provide insight as well as updates on current legislation. With this in mind, we send our elected officials into office better prepared with specific agenda items that we agree upon in roundtable meetings and targeted networking events.
BIZPAC is an effective resource to address the concerns of business owners and bring about helpful business-friendly solutions, legislation and cooperation among agencies at all government levels.
Through campaigns, fundraising, and political think tanks we are able to help elect officials that uphold the Constitution and above all, believe in the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Our goal is to fairly represent small business owners by setting the legislative agenda, addressing your concerns, and educating our community. BIZPAC is a tool to achieve the following goals:
Tax Revenues are down due to the pandemic and various occurrences this past year. Because Federal Recovery Money have political strings attached, our Legislature is considering expanding gambling in Texas to include 12 new full Casino Licenses. This requires an amendment to the Texas State Constitution. We want your support to keep Texas dollars in Texas.
We are exploring advice on the CARES Act, specifically pertaining to HVAC and air sanitizing upgrades and how it may be administered in Texas.
CIMR Scientific Air Defense Systems offer a long-term solution that will help end the spread of COVID-19 in schools, offices, and prevent cross-contamination in hospitals.
The goal of House Bill 749 is related to the use by a political subdivision of public funds for lobbying activities. Vote to ban taxpayer funded lobbying.
Chapter 313: This is a burden shift from school district manipulating appraisals to your school district. Only 18% of the school districts have given abatements.
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