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The 87th Texas Legislative Session is over and while Special Sessions will be called, now is a good time to take a look back on what happened during the session.

The Texas Public Policy Foundation is touring the state and discussing what went right and what went wrong during the session from a conservative point of view. The State of the Taxpayer Tour will come to Lubbock on June 15, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the Texas Tech Club located at 550 University Avenue.

The event is free and open to everyone to attend. Those attending will hear from speakers such as Jerome Greener who is the Vice President of Engagement for the Texas Public Policy Foundation and the evenings Emcee. Experts with the Texas Public Policy Foundation who will also speak include Chuck DeVore, Vice President of National Initiatives and Jason Isaac, Director of Life: Powered.

Join the Texas Public Policy Foundation in your city as our experts offer a non-partisan update and straight forward answers to your most pressing questions. Come learn what changes to expect and how they will affect you and your neighbors. We’ll also discuss the work ahead to keep Texas free, prosperous, and filled with opportunity.
A complimentary cocktail reception will be provided and capacity is limited, so RSVP to reserve your seat. The State of the Taxpayer Tour is sponsored by the Lone Star Legacy Society.
Listeners of KFYO and of The Chad Hasty Show should be familiar with the Texas Public Policy Foundation as experts from the organization appear on KFYO during the session.
It should be a great evening with lots of good information to hear. Visit the event's Facebook page for more details.

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