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Texas is in Andrew Murr's blood

Andrew Murr - an 8th generation Texan, descendant of a pioneering family of one of our brave defenders of the Alamo, and grandson of former Governor Coke R. Stevenson – Representative Murr comes from a long line of Texans committed to making our state a better place to live for future generations. Read more about State Representative Andrew Murr...

I’m in Austin today attending a meeting of the Texas Judicial Council as a member. The TJC is the policy-making body for the state judiciary and we study methods to simplify judicial procedures, expedite court business, and better administer justice for all types of law -- criminal, civil, juveniles, guardianship and mental health. Today, we discussed trending case volume by topic across the state, addressed recent legislative changes for judicial security, reviewed relevant Texas House and Senate interim committee charges, and listened to committee updates from various TJC members.

I was invited to speak at the 2018 Texas Sheep & Goat Raisers Assn.'s Winter Meeting this past weekend The Cactus Hotel in San Angelo. I enjoyed visiting with producers about a variety of important topics, including property taxes and rural representation in the Texas Legislature. I am a proud member of TSGRA. Hats off to this year's President, Jimmie Ruth Evans, Tommy Head, Jason Bannowsky, Lee Pfluger and many others for hosting a well-attended event! Per its webpage, TSGRA "is the oldest sheep and goat organization in the United States" and "fights to protect private landowners' property rights against the ever-growing, unnecessary, as well as unconstitutional regulations brought about by government and environmental programs."

Today, I participated in the Texas Judicial Council Civil Justice Committee Advisory Council for Day Two of in-depth discussions regarding our Texas civil court system. We covered topics ranging from case loads and overall civil case management to utilizing technology and potentially simplifying the process for more efficient use by the public and parties. I appreciate the opportunity to be a participant on this Advisory Council as a rural practicing attorney and contribute to improvements in our judiciary.

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Capitol Office

  • P.O. Box 2910
  • Extension Room E1.306
  • Austin, Texas 78768
  • Telephone: (512) 463-0536
  • Facsimile: (512) 463-1449
  • andrew.murr@house.texas.gov

Kerrville Office

  • 715 Water Street
  • Kerrville, Texas 78028
  • Telephone: (830) 257-0432

Llano Office

  • 104 West Sandstone
  • Llano, Texas 78643
  • Telephone: (512) 463-0536

Campaign Office

  • P.O. Box 125
  • Junction, Texas 76849
  • Murr4Texas@gmail.com


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