On Friday’s edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Texas District 83 Representative Dustin Burrows joined Chad in the KFYO studio to talk about the upcoming special legislative session for the Texas legislature, the hot topic of the Texas Tech University veterinarian school, and more.
Burrows and Hasty also discussed the recent action taken by California’s attorney general blocking state-funded travel to Texas because of Texas’ stance on gay rights and other social issues, and Burrows’ introduction of legislation that would have the state of Texas respond to California with a reciprocal ban.
What they want to do is use their influence to dictate the policy and the culture of the state of Texas. Well, as a very proud Texan, I do not want the California legislature determining what the culture of Texas is…There’s some week-kneed Republicans out there also that essentially, I guess they’re comfortable with California dictating our laws of our lands. I’m not…Hopefully we’ll get to address it in the special [session of the Texas Legislature].
Burrows also addressed the topic of delays in moving forward on a veterinarian school at Texas Tech University, which was also discussed with Representative Drew Springer on yesterday’s Chad Hasty Show.
Listen to the entire interview with Representative Dustin Burrows in the video above.
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