We start off this week discussing the story that broke last week covering the sexual relationship between Representative Lacey Hull, Cole Hefner, and their mutual campaign consultant, Jordan Berry. This is just one of the many scandals plaguing the Legislature, and the cultural problems in the chamber are being reflected in their votes.

Many GOP priorities are actively being killed by Chris Paddie and Dustin Burrows. We overview each of them today.

Saturday’s election brought about several victories. Southlake took down the critical race theory agenda that was being pushed in their school, Austin and San Antonio had strong results on ballot measures, and Lubbock outlawed abortion.



A lot is going on this week, and it’s a blessing to keep you updated on all things Texas!

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