Analysis: When Texas legislators admit they don’t know what they’re doing

When lawmakers find something in the law that they don’t like — or that their voters don’t like — they can always say they didn’t know what they were voting on. It happens more than you’d think.

By Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune
Posted 10/7/21

State government in Texas is more of a slapdash operation than our high school civics teachers prepared us for. Some of the people working in and around the Texas Capitol definitely know what …

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