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Legal Advocacy Network Webinar Series: 83rd Legislative Session Update

This training summarizes several of the important legislative developments relating to family violence from the 83rd legislative session. Topics that will be covered: TCFV’s legislative agenda & other bills that will affect family violence practice in Texas.

Aaron Setliff
Aaron SetliffPublic Policy DirectorTexas Council on Family ViolenceAs director of public policy for TCFV, Mr. Setliff is responsible for the agency’s legislative initiatives at the Texas capitol. During the previous two state legislation sessions, he led the effort that resulted in the legislature’s passing and signing into law the entire TCFV agenda, as well as a number of other legislative priorities. He coordinates the programmatic interface between coalition partners and the state...More
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