Watch state Reps. Jeff Leach and Joe Moody discuss lawmakers’ criminal justice work at The Texas Tribune Festival
Leach, a Plano Republican, and Moody, an El Paso Democrat, co-chair the House Criminal Justice Caucus.
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State Rep. Jeff Leach, R-Plano, has represented House District 67 since 2013 and chairs the House Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence Committee. State Rep. Joe Moody, D-El Paso, has represented House District 78 since 2009 and is vice chair of the House Calendars Committee.
Leach and Moody discussed what criminal justice legislation passed this year — and what work they think is left to do — in an interview with Jolie McCullough, criminal justice reporter for The Texas Tribune.
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