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A Comparison of Major TRS Legislation

Teach the Vote
Teach the Vote

Retirement | TRS | Social Security Texas Legislature Educator Compensation | Benefits

Date Posted: 3/29/2023

Senate Bill (SB) 10 by Sen. Joan Huffman (R–Fort Bend), the Senate’s primary TRS legislation, passed out of the Senate Wednesday, March 29, 2023, on a 31-0 vote. The bill will now head to the House for consideration. Meanwhile, the House's primary TRS legislation, House Bill (HB) 600 by Rep. Greg Bonnen (R–Friendswood), was unanimously voted out of committee. The bill will now head to the Calendars Committee and then on to the House floor.

ATPE has created this side-by-side comparison of the two bills. Click the image to view a downloadable PDF.



Madeleine Myers

Would like to see a school tax exemption for retired teachers. Taxes already amount to more than the COLA increase would cover, and the taxes have increased faster than our pensions.

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