Sunday, June 20 was the last day the governor could sign or veto an enrolled bill from the 87th Regular Session. If neither action was taken, the bill became law without his signature.
87th Legislature Statistics
The following bill statistics were calculated on June 21 at 8 a.m.
|House Bills (HBs) & Senate Bills (SBs)|
|Sent to the Governor||1,073|
|Signed by the Governor||947|
|Filed without the Governor's signature||105|
|Signed by the Governor/line-item veto||1|
|Vetoed by the Governor||20|
|House Joint Resolutions (HJRs) & Senate Joint Resolutions (SJRs)|
|Filed with the Secretary of State||8|
|House Concurrent Resolutions (HCRs) & Senate Concurrent Resolutions (SCRs)|
|Filed with the Secretary of State||14|
|Sent to the Governor||86|
|Signed by the Governor||86|
|Filed without the Governor's signature||0|
|Vetoed by the Governor||0|
You can also view lists of bills by the governor's action on Texas Legislature Online (TLO).
1. On TLO's homepage, click on the "Reports" link under Additional Searches.
2. Then click on the "General Reports" tab to see the lists of bills by the governor's action.