Visit the Texas Association of Realtors website. It is chock full of info on motions.
By the way, TAR is located right behind the Capitol building in Austin. Remember to respond to any Call for Action from them, so our Realtor voices are heard on such issues. The state already captures a cursory amount on each side of a closing in Texas. Taxing the real estate transaction further would be an injustice to our sellers and our buyers in the Lone Star State, don't you agree? Personally, I think it would cause sellers to try to artificially inflate listing prices, like they try to do, at times, by attempting to add the real estate sales commissions on top of the market value of their home. There are no free rides, but only the Seller and Buyer are parties to the transaction. The Seller deserves a fair return and the Buyer deserves a fair deal. To throw in a taxing element, beyond capital gains, would stall owner from moving in the timeframe they desire, and would slow down several thriving industries that put funds back into our communities (title services, inspections, surveying, real estate agencies, contractors, and government employees who deal with the filing of deeds).