A Proven Texas Conservative

Kelly Hancock, a Fort Worth native, local businessman, and dedicated family man, has served in the Texas Legislature since 2007. Throughout his time in the Texas House of Representatives and Texas Senate, Kelly has shown strong leadership in advocating for the core conservative values of limited government, lower taxes, and traditional family values.

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It’s an exciting day in Westlake: Fire-EMS Station No. 1 Grand Opening!

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LIVE STREAM: Texas Senate Business & Commerce Committee takes on surprise medical bills. #txlege

Congratulations to the Fort Worth Christian Elementary Honor Choir on an impressive performance today in the Capitol rotunda! It was a special afternoon. #txlege

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The dog days of session have begun...

"Sen. Kelly Hancock, the Republican author of Senate Bill 476, told senators that he believed it was his first bill to mirror action taken by Austin, a liberal city that is more likely to draw GOP ire for its policies. “A good idea is a good idea,” Hancock said.

Like Austin’s rules, SB 476 would let patrons bring dogs to sidewalk cafes and patios as long as the pets can get there without walking through the restaurant interior, the dog stays on a leash and doesn’t sit in a chair, and no food is prepared on the patio.

Hancock’s bill would also overturn city regulations that impose more stringent rules on dog-friendly restaurants."

It’s a privilege to serve as Chairman of the Texas Senate Business & Commerce Committee again this legislative session. Our strong economy continues to lead the nation – ranking in the Top 10 globally – so we wanted to share some great news with you in our first edition of the Texas Business Minute… please take a look!

ICYMI: "If passed, the legislation would force medical providers and health insurers to mediate payment disputes before they send bills to patients. Hancock said the point of SB 1264 is to take 'the burden off of patients.'"

ICYMI: Local Lawmaker Introduces ‘Landmark Legislation’ to Fight Surprise Medical Billing in Texas

Thanks to everyone who made 2019 Tarrant County Days at the Texas Capitol such a huge success! #txlege

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Today I was honored to file SB 16 which would create a student loan repayment program for Texas peace officers. Please SHARE to help us spread the word! #backtheblue #txlege

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The Senate Business & Commerce Committee for the 86th Legislature is ready to work hard to keep the Texas economy strong! Honored to serve as Chairman again this year. #txlege

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ICYMI: Thousands of Texans receive unexpected, and frankly, unreasonable surprise medical bills every year because of after-care disputes between insurers and providers. Enough is enough. #txlege

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