Formerly the Legislative Committee, the Public Policy Oversight Committee is charged with identifying and monitoring proposed legislation and regulatory changes, to evaluate the impact on the real estate industry, and formulate the association’s legislative agenda with input from the leadership, membership, and committee members.
The Public Policy Oversight Committee (PPOC) consists of five appointed members and the chairs and vice-chairs of each of the Public Policy Issues Committees. The purpose of the PPOC is to review and take action on the issues committees’ recommendations on policy positions; the PPOC will also host a semi-annual forum at TAR Winter Meetings and Annual Conference in order to educate REALTOR® members on current policy topics of relevance to the real estate industry.
The Public Policy Oversight Committee has identified a wide variety of real estate-related issues for the 85th legislative session. Visit the Legislative Affairs page to view TAR’s Legislative Priorities for the 85th Texas Legislature.
- All members are chosen by the TAR Leadership Team
- 1-year term
- 3 Leadership positions
- Includes the Chairman and Vice Chairman of each of the other 4 Public Policy Committees. (Business Issues, Infrastructure, Land Use and Taxation)