6 bills Gov. Abbott vetoed and what it means for Texas going forward
On Thursday, Gov. Greg Abbott broke out his veto stamp to nix a total of 50 bills, more than he did last session, and more than any governor has done since former Gov. Rick Perry, who vetoed 56 bills in 2007. Abbott cited a number of reasons for rejecting the work of legislators, a number of which included a Senate or House companion already being signed or legislation being too wide in scope or too costly in implementation. Here are six key bills Abbott vetoed on Thursday and their implications.
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock