Sen. Leticia Van de Putte District 26 (D-San Antonio )
- B.S., University of Texas at Austin, 1979.
- Business & Commerce
- State Affairs
- Veteran Affairs & Military Installations (Chair)
Sources of Income
Van de Putte is a pharmacist with Davila Pharmacy in San Antonio.
Van de Putte's husband, Pete, owns Dixie Flag, a family-run business. In 2011, he received more than $25,000 in royalties from XTO Energy, a gas well in the family that he received a share of when his father passed away.
Residence in San Antonio valued at $133,550
- AT&T TEXAS PAC: $99,784
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association PAC: $67,166
- Charles C. Butt: $64,213
- Border Health PAC: $55,000
- TREPAC/Texas Association of Realtors PAC: $40,069
- Texas Optometric PAC: $37,000
- Texas Pharmacy Association PAC: $35,500
- TREPAC/Texas Association of Realtors PAC: $35,000
- Union Pacific Corporation Fund for Effective Government: $32,000
- Association of Texas Professional Educators: $29,500
In the past three legislative sessions, Van de Putte has filed at least 18 bills related to pharmacies and has passed at least nine of them. The bills filed include measures to allow electronic prescriptions for controlled substances, to make more pharmacist disciplinary and abuse records confidential and to shorten pharmacy benefit managers' deadlines to pay pharmacists. She also passed a measure aimed at giving pharmacy technicians more responsibilities.
In 2009, Van de Putte reported receiving honoraria for speaking and attending conferences worth nearly $28,000, including an $8,500 trip to Scotland to speak on a panel and a $7,700 trip to the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver. In both 2010 and 2011, she reported honoraria of $14,500 and $11,440, respectively. The 2011 figure included a $3,657 trip to a conference in South Africa. Van de Putte said she serves on national boards on behalf of the state of Texas, and that some of the posts are mandated by law or court settlement.