Watch: Dallas and the 86th Legislature
The Texas Tribune is touring the state with a collection of post-session occasions recapping the foremost coverage debates of the 86th Texas Legislature and what they imply for Texas’ largest cities and surrounding communities.
Be a part of us in for a dialog about public training, taxes, immigration, well being care, spending and different consequential issues with 4 Dallas-area legislators: state Sen. Nathan Johnson and state Reps. Angie Chen Button, Jessica González and Morgan Meyer. The dialog shall be moderated by Ayan Mittra, editor of The Texas Tribune.
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Button, R-Richardson, has represented Home District 112 since 2009. She serves as chair of the Home City Affairs Committee and sits on the Increased Training Committee. Beforehand, she served as chair of the Larger Dallas Asian American Chamber. Button additionally labored for greater than 35 years at Texas Devices.
González, D-Dallas, is serving her first time period representing Home District 104. She sits on the Home Felony Jurisprudence and City Affairs committees. She served as a legislative assistant on the U.S. Home of Representatives in 2011. González can also be a founding companion of the legislation agency Gandara & González PLLC, which makes a speciality of private harm litigation.
Johnson, D-Dallas, is serving his first time period representing Senate District 16. He sits on the Senate Administration, Well being and Human Companies, Veteran Affairs and Border Safety, and Water and Rural Affairs committees. Johnson additionally works as an lawyer and has owned a music manufacturing enterprise.
Meyer, R-Dallas, has represented Home District 108 since 2015. He serves as chair of the Home Basic Investigating Committee and sits on the Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence and Public Training committees. Meyer additionally works as a companion at Wick Phillips legislation agency.