Representative Justin Holland appointed to Texas Conservative Coalition Board of Directors

AUSTIN — State Representative Justin Holland (Heath) was appointed to serve as a board member for the Texas Conservative Coalition (TCC), an organization committed to the implementation of conservative public policies in state government. Representative Holland was elected to the board after being recognized by TCC for his work passing conservative legislation in both the 85th and 86th legislative sessions.

A Texas based think tank, TCC builds their legislative policies upon four conservative pillars: limited government, individual liberty, free enterprise, and traditional values. TCC is dedicated to providing factual research which outlines the effectiveness of conservative policies. TCC is also committed to educating and engaging with state leaders through research reports, task forces, and policy symposiums.

“I am honored to be elected to the Texas Conservative Coalition Board of Directors. I look forward to working with other elected officials, industry experts, and other private sector stakeholders to advance conservative policies in Texas,” Holland said, “TCC is a key promoter of conservative policies in state government and has been a valuable resource to conservative policy makers in its over 3 decade history. I look forward to serving on the board to continue to build and protect TCC’s core principles.”

Representative Holland represents House District 33, which encompasses the eastern, northern, and western most boundaries of Collin County as well as the entirety of Rockwall County. During his second session, Representative Holland displayed effective leadership and helped shepherd conservative legislative reforms to the House Floor.

Submitted press release, edited for publication in Blue Ribbon News. 



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