Agenda Texas: Daily Drama at the Capitol

There's nothing quite like the end of a Texas legislative session. It’s almost like the end of an action movie: All hope is lost, disaster is just a moment away — but then a miracle saves the day.

The Ever-Changing Session

Friday at the Capitol was no different. It started with everyone waking up to the news that a budget agreement had been reached. That was quickly dismissed by Rep. Sylvester Turner, D-Houston, the only Democrat on the House budget conference committee.

"I am not aware of an offer by the Senate," Turner said.

So for the second ...

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