As most of us are wrapping up our year, Texas Lawmakers are getting ready for the 83rd legislative session that begins in January.
A new report shows that fewer bills are being pre-filed than in previous years. Documents obtained by the Texas Tribune show that of the more-than-330 bills pre-filed in the Texas House & Senate, the biggest portion concern matters of Education.
Other high traffic issues include crime and taxation laws.
The legislative session is scheduled to begin in Austin on January 8th.
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