New House rules: No need for appropriations bills

New House rules: No need for appropriations bills

House members will no longer need to file individual bills for appropriation projects to ensure they’re placed in the budget process, after incoming Speaker Paul Renner released the chamber’s new rules.

The bill filing requirement was one of the major changes implemented by former House Speaker Richard Corcoran, who also insisted each spending project be accompanied by a request form filled out by who was making the request and other project details, such as local and federal funding for the project and the timeline to complete it. Those other requirements will remain in place.

“The proposed 2022-2024 House Rules eliminate the requirement for appropriations projects to be filed as a bill, so...

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