Two Tarrant County members of the Texas House Freedom Caucus — Reps. Matt Krause, R-Fort Worth (left), and Bill Zedler, R-Arlington — discuss legislative issues on the sidelines of the House chamber. The caucus was created to advance a conservative agenda in the Legislature, often challenging the leadership of House Speaker Joe Straus.
Two Tarrant County members of the Texas House Freedom Caucus — Reps. Matt Krause, R-Fort Worth (left), and Bill Zedler, R-Arlington — discuss legislative issues on the sidelines of the House chamber. The caucus was created to advance a conservative agenda in the Legislature, often challenging the leadership of House Speaker Joe Straus. David Montgomery Special to the Star-Telegram
Two Tarrant County members of the Texas House Freedom Caucus — Reps. Matt Krause, R-Fort Worth (left), and Bill Zedler, R-Arlington — discuss legislative issues on the sidelines of the House chamber. The caucus was created to advance a conservative agenda in the Legislature, often challenging the leadership of House Speaker Joe Straus. David Montgomery Special to the Star-Telegram

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