Governor Rick Perry said the abortion restrictions bill stalled by Senator Davis' filibuster Tuesday will pass in the new special session that begins Monday and will become law.
Legislators from our area hope to avoid any more deadline-daring dramas. District 83 State Representative Charles Perry said there will be even more interest in the outcome of these abortion bills and others on the conservative agenda.
"Texas is always a leader at multiple levels and i'm proud to say pro-life is one of those initiatives that Texas has stood strong on and other states have duplicated," Perry said, "and we've been successful through court challenges. Last session was a good example."
Representative Perry said all three issues on the agenda, including transportation and criminal justice, merit a second special session.
He predicts lawmakers will get through them quickly,