State Rep. Jim Landtroop (R-Plainview)

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Previous Ratings on the Fiscal Responsibility Index

  • Career: A+
  • 2011: A+

House District 85

About State Rep. Jim Landtroop

Representative Landtroop is an Insurance Agent from Plainview, Texas. He earned a BS Degree in Business Management from Texas A&M University. Representative Landtroop has served in the Texas House of Representatives since 2011.
Committee Assignments during 82nd Legislative Session: Agriculture & Livestock; Defense & Veterans Affairs

Rep. Jim Landtroop's Record

  • Pro-Taxpayer
  • Anti-Taxpayer
  • Absent
  • Speaker
  • Absent, Excused
  • Present, Not Voting
  • Not Applicable
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Re-election of the Speaker of the House

House Record Vote: 1
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose
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SB 14: Voter ID

House Record Vote: 149
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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HB 275, Motion to Table Amendment 7 by P. King: Tying authorization for ESF expenditures to cuts in supplemental appropriations bill (HB 4)

House Record Vote: 197
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support Amendment
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HB 275, Motion to Table Amendment 2 by Coleman: Increasing draw from ESF

House Record Vote: 194
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose Amendment (Support Motion to Table)
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HB 1, Amendment 6 by Simpson: Transferring money from the Commission on the Arts to Dept. of Aging and Disability Services

House Record Vote: 215
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support Amendment
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HB 1, Motion to Table Amendment 102 by Solomons: Transferring money from the Texas Education Agency to the Foundation Schools Program

House Record Vote: 233
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support Amendment (Oppose Motion to Table)
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HB 1, Motion to Table Amendment 106 by Gallego: Creating a Foundations School Program shortfall in FY2013

House Record Vote: 234
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose Amendment (Support Motion to Table)
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HB 1, Motion to Table Amendment 132 by Villarreal: Taking $250 million from ESF to fund a grant program

House Record Vote: 240
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose Amendment (Support Motion to Table)
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HB 1, Motion to Table Amendment 234 by Orr: Removing funds from cancer research

House Record Vote: 253
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support Amendment (Oppose Motion to Table)
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HB 1, Motion to Table Amendment 254 by Martinez Fischer: Creating a mid-biennium shortfall

House Record Vote: 254
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose Amendment (Support Motion to Table)
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HB 365: Eroding property rights in the City of Houston

House Record Vote: 340
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose
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SB 18, Amendment 3 by Sheffield: Strengthening property rights by requiring a taking to be necessary

House Record Vote: 346
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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SB 18, Motion to Table Amendment 15 by Kolkhorst: Adding a "buyback" provision to the taking of private property

House Record Vote: 352
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose Amendment (Support Motion to Table)
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HB 5: Interstate Health Care Compact

House Record Vote: 500
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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HB 1451: Creating new regulations and bureaucracy

House Record Vote: 531
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose
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SB 655, Amendment 3 by Cook: Moving from three statewide elected railroad commissioners to one

House Record Vote: 592
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose Amendment
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SB 655, Motion to Table Amendment 34 by Villareal: Eliminating the high-cost natural gas exemption

House Record Vote: 625
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose Amendment (Support Motion to Table)
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HB 1, Motion to Instruct: Conferees should not use ESF

House Record Vote: 792
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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HB 274: Creating a "loser pay" system in Texas

House Record Vote: 857
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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SB 1693, Motion to Table Amendment 2 by Turner: Imposing rate restrictions on the electric market

House Record Vote: 862
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose Amendment (Support Motion to Table)
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HB 272: Reforming TWIA

House Record Vote: 965
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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SB 1125: Creating new energy programs and interfering in the marketplace

House Record Vote: 932
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose
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HB 2592, Motion to Table Amendment 3 by Elkins: Limiting the bill's interference in the marketplace

House Record Vote: 971
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support Amendment (Oppose Motion to Table)
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HB 3310: Using state incentives for the purchase of electric-powered vehicles

House Record Vote: 975
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose
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HB 2594: Interfering in the credit and short-term lending marketplace

House Record Vote: 1032
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose
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SB 420: Allowing counties to bill the sponsors of resident aliens in covering medical costs

House Record Vote: 1105
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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HB 2507: Creating a new licensing requirement for lawn irrigation system installers, discouraging market entry by incumbents

House Record Vote: 1102
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose
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HB 13: Reforming Medicaid and bringing about cost savings

House Record Vote: 955
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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HB 3036: Allowing cities to levy a street maintenance tax for ten years instead of four

House Record Vote: 970
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose
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HCR 50: Exerting Texas' 10th Amendment rights

House Record Vote: 1150
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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SB 23: Reforming health and human services programs

House Record Vote: 1173
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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SB 1811, Amendment 45 by Cain: Making the budget more transparent

House Record Vote: 1209
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support Amendment
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SB 738, Amendment 2 by Villarreal: Allowing parents more control in turning failing schools into charters

House Record Vote: 1311
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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HB 335: Requiring state agencies to report on the costs of implementing ObamaCare

House Record Vote: 1012
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support
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HB 1992: Creating new fees for the Animal Health Commission

House Record Vote: 681
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose
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HB 2610: New program training people how to teach others how to apply for state benefits

House Record Vote: 806
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose
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SB 2, 1st Called, Amendment 3 by P. King, et al: Removing language tapping the ESF

House Record Vote: 58
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support Amendment
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SB 2, 1st Called, Motion to Table Amendment 18 by Gooden: Increasing spending from General Revenue by creating an earmark for UT-Tyler

House Record Vote: 19
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Oppose Amendment (Support Motion to Table)
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SB 1, 1st Called, Motion to Table Amendment 11 by Zedler: Removing the "Amazon tax"

House Record Vote: 26
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support Amendment (Oppose Motion to Table)
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SB 2, 1st Called, Motion to Table Amendment 2 by Shelton: Removing seniority as measure for furloughs

House Record Vote: 16
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support Amendment (Oppose Motion to Table)
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SB 1, 1st Called, Motion to Table Amendment 4 by Simpson: Removing inappropriate pre-payment of sales & use tax that raises the cost of doing business

House Record Vote: 25
Pro-Taxpayer Position: Support Amendment (Oppose Motion to Table)
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Sponsorship: Strengthening the constitutional spending limit

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Sponsorship: Protecting Taxpayers

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Sponsorship: Limiting Government Overreach

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Sponsorship: Reforming the Gross Margins Tax

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Sponsorship: Tax Reforms Protecting Veterans and Service Members

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Sponsorship: Government Reform

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Sponsorship: Integrity in Government

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