All told, the Texas House Freedom Caucus killed more than 100 pieces of legislation on the local and consent calendar, including a very important sunset safety net bill to keep key agencies running. It would have required school districts to provide a two-week grace period for students when their school lunch accounts lack funds. […] it would require the districts to notify parents and assist them, if necessary, with a free or reduced lunch application. The legislation keeps a number of agencies from shutting down. Because the House version has died, the onus shifts to the Senate’s version of the bill.