Representative Charles Perry joined host Chad Hasty on Wednesday's edition of Lubbock's First News. (Audio after jump)
Earlier this week, former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay was sentenced to 3 years in prison after being found guilty on money laundering charges, in a case which had been dragged out since 2005.
This morning on Lubbock's First News we spoke with State Representative Charles Perry about a number of issues facing the Texas Legislature in this session. Besides the budget, Perry spoke about many bills that he felt confident would get passed this year.
The 82nd Texas Legislature is underway in Austin. Don't forget you find out the latest happening in Austin during KFYO News, Pratt on Texas and Lubbock's First News
Governor Rick Perry still doesn't support expanding gambling in the State of Texas. This is one issue where I disagree with Gov. Perry and others who don't support casino's and slot machines at racetracks.
This week the City of Brownsville here in Texas outlawed plastic and paper bags from grocery stores. City officials are doing this because of litter and of course to take care of the environment. People can use re-usable plastic bags and the cloth bags we see here in Lubbock
State Representative Charles Perry will appear on Lubbock's First News every Wednesday morning at 7am starting January 12th during the legislative session.
This will give you, the listeners, a chance every week to hear from one of our area's Representatives
Some of the best photos from Governor Rick Perry's re-election campaign as he wins another term in office!