Texas Governor Releases ‘State of the State’ Report for 2022
Governor Greg Abbott has released his "2022 Report to the People of Texas," it's a review of all things Texas over the last year and a look ahead to the Governor's vision of the state's future. This is Abbott's fourth Report to the People of Texas since assuming office in 2015. This report is not the same as the State of the State address, those are actually a speech given by the Governor on years when the Legislature is in session. In off-session years, the Governor releases this report.
"Texas shines as a beacon of hope, prosperity, and freedom—an economic and innovation powerhouse offering unmatched opportunities for families and businesses to grow and succeed," said Governor Abbott. "As we have seen in years past, when tested by fire, flood, or hurricane, Texans respond with resilience and calm resolve. Just as we overcame those challenges, we continue to overcome the challenges of the global pandemic. And with neighbors helping neighbors, our communities are rebounding."
This years 'Report to the People' has a summary of the 87th Legislative sessions along with explanations of landmark legislation passed.
Record-smashing job growth
Diverse Texas workforce information
Programs, grants, and initiatives from the Office of the Governor designed to secure a bright future for the state.
There are updates to the State’s pandemic response and recovery and securing the border, and highlighting the dedication of Texas law enforcement, emergency responders, men and women in uniform, plus everyday Texans who work and sacrifice to keep our communities safe.
"Texas is still the new frontier, a place where opportunity is abundant, where free enterprise flourishes, and where dreams, and families, and jobs grow… Our past is but prologue; the greatest chapters have yet to be written. And the Lone Star State is brimming with promise!”
Click here to read the Governor's 58-page report to the People of Texas.