State Rep. Drew Springer, R-Gainsville, works at his desk as he waits for the House to convene Tuesday in Austin. The House abruptly ended its work for the special session, one day early.
State Rep. Drew Springer, R-Gainsville, works at his desk as he waits for the House to convene Tuesday in Austin. The House abruptly ended its work for the special session, one day early. Eric Gay AP
State Rep. Drew Springer, R-Gainsville, works at his desk as he waits for the House to convene Tuesday in Austin. The House abruptly ended its work for the special session, one day early. Eric Gay AP

Texas Legislature ends special session one day early; controversial ‘bathroom bill’ dies

August 15, 2017 8:24 PM

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