Analysis: Texas government has to put Humpty Dumpty together again

A partial shutdown of state government wouldn't do anyone in state politics any good. Lawmakers still have time to erase the governor's veto of the Legislature's budget — but not a lot of time.

By Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune
Posted 7/29/21

Nobody in state government could count shutting down the Texas Legislature as a political win.

Gov. Greg Abbott’s veto of the legislative branch’s budget was successful in getting him …

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