King begins new term in Texas Legislature
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Rep. Tracy O. King (D-Uvalde) was sworn in last week for another term in the Texas House of Representatives, joining 149 other colleagues along with family and friends as the 88th Legislative Session convened on Tuesday, January 10.
“I am honored to serve the communities of District 80 and look forward to a productive legislative session,” King said. “There are many priorities facing the State of Texas and it has always been important to me to advocate for the well being of all the citizens of District 80.
“Our office is set to focus on a range of issues including public education funding, water infrastructure, property tax relief, economic development, health and human services, transportation, and border security. Several school safety and gun legislation bills will be filed.”
The Texas Legislature has met every odd-numbered year since Texas entered the Union in 1845. The session will continue for 140 days until adjournment in May.