Kelly Hancock

State Representative Kelly Hancock was elected to the Texas House of Representatives in 2006, to serve the citizens of District 91 - Tarrant County.  During the 80th Legislative Session, Representative Hancock co-authored 18 pieces of legislation, including several addressing public school issues and the education of our state's children. Hancock was named a "Fighter for Free Enterprise" by the Texas Association of Business and recognized as one of the most conservative legislators by the Texas Heritage Alliance. 

Representative Hancock is honored and humbled to be able to give back to the community where he grew up, through his service and allegiance to District 91. He remains committed to working with local and state officials to ensure that Northeast Tarrant County's constituents are always well represented. 

Representative Hancock graduated from Baylor University. He married his high school and college sweetheart Robin Harrison in 1987. They live in North Richland Hills and have three children: Chloe, Skylar and Harrison. As a family, the Hancocks stay very involved in the community through their participation in school, church and community events.

Conservative Bills for Kelly Hancock

HB 1192 - Pledge with Texans Bill

State and federal mandates on schools require excessive administrative time and labor, energy that could be used furthering the education of Texas students. HB 1192 creates a pilot program to exempt high performing school districts from state mandates.

 

Check the status of the bill on the Texas Legislature online website.

Kelly Hancock

In the 81st legislative session Rep. Kelly Hancock authored and passed HB 2256, the legislation addresses the lack of price transparency in emergency care and creates a mediation process for situations in which individuals unknowingly receive costly out-of-network charges after they receive emergency care in a hospital.

 

HB 581 & HJR 58

HB 581 & HJR 58, by State Rep. Kelly Hancock, would amend the existing state spending limit, defining the rate of growth of appropriations based on population growth and inflation, rather the more nebulous and permissive "rate of growth of the state's economy." 

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Rep. Geanie Morrison, President, Texas Conservative Coalition.
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