Texas House Member
Rep. Hull, Lacey
P.O. Box 2910
Austin, TX 78768
10190 Katy Freeway, Suite 555G
Houston, TX 77043
Bills Authored/Sponsored 87th Legislature:
Lacey Hull is a native Houstonian who was born and raised in House District 138, attended Spring Branch ISD schools and earned a bachelor's in political science and history from the University of Houston. After living in San Diego, Lacey and her family returned to Houston where she is raising her son and co-owned a small business. She is the former president of her Homeowners Association and a proud member of Bayou City Fellowship Church.
In the 87th Legislature, Lacey serves on the House Committees on Human Services, Insurance, and Resolutions Calendars. She was appointed by the Texas House Republican Caucus to serve as a Deputy Floor Leader and as an at-large member of the Policy Committee. Lacey is also a member of the Criminal Justice Reform Caucus and a proud advocate for the economic prosperity of the Houston area through her membership of the Texas Legislative Ports Caucus and the Aerospace Caucus.
During her freshman term, Lacey worked to pass her principal bill, "John and Joseph's Law," which requires the reporting of missing persons to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System. She also worked on legislation to support and protect the rights of families, and ensure that Medicaid patients with severe mental illness maintain access to prescribed medications. Prior to being elected to the Texas House, Lacey worked with a variety of nonprofits to advocate for policies that protect the liberties of Texas families. As a State Representative, Lacey is committed to preserving individual liberty, unleashing economic opportunity, ensuring public safety, and providing quality education for all students.
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