Texas House Speaker Joe Straus during this year’s regular session. Speaking to hundreds of educators Wednesday ahead of a special session packed with education bills, Straus chastised the state Senate for underfunding school finance reform.
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus during this year’s regular session. Speaking to hundreds of educators Wednesday ahead of a special session packed with education bills, Straus chastised the state Senate for underfunding school finance reform. The Texas Tribune
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus during this year’s regular session. Speaking to hundreds of educators Wednesday ahead of a special session packed with education bills, Straus chastised the state Senate for underfunding school finance reform. The Texas Tribune

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