State Representative Geanie W. Morrison, R-District 30, is currently serving her fifth term in the Texas Legislature. The south Texas district includes DeWitt, Jackson, Lavaca, Refugio, and Victoria counties.
Representative Morrison was asked to serve on a National Summit steering committee for the U.S. Secretary of Education's Commission on the Future of Higher Education. In the fall of 2007, Representative Morrison was named vice chair of the National Council of State Legislatures Standing Committees for 2007-2008 and was appointed by the Governor to the Southern Regional Education Board. Most recently, Representative Morrison was named to the Commitment to Excellence Steering Committee of the Texas Public Education Reform Foundation and has been recognized as one of South Texas' Women of the Year.
Representative Morrison authored the Country's first Baby Moses legislation, which provides desperate mothers a responsible alternative to newborn abandonment. Since its passage in 1999, all 50 states have implemented similar measures, and hundreds of newborns have been saved - over 60 in the state of Texas.
Conservative Bills for Geanie Morrison
House Bill 3796
State Representative Geanie Morrison is a strong defender of human rights. In the past legislative session she fought for life and against human trafficking. Rep. Morrison was a co-author of HB 4009, which created a human trafficking prevention task force to assist in the prevention and prosecution of human trafficking crimes and created tougher penalties for human traffickers.