P. Bush admits Left-lean on CRT & mandates, wouldn’t sue to enforce Texas law as AG + more – Pratt on Texas 5/13/2022

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day: Thank you to George P. Bush for telling all in a Lubbock event that he is what I have said he is for years. He criticized Paxton for going to court to stop illegal local government COVID mandates and teaching of CRT in schools calling the CRT issue “overly politicized.” He’s a squish who is openly admitting that he will not work hard to enforce Texas law much less fight for the conservative and Republican agenda if elected Texas Attorney General.

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Texas Supreme Court rules that the Department of Family and Protective Services may continue to investigate child sex change activity as child abuse.

In a look at local races, we visit with Lubbock County Court at Law #2 GOP runoff candidate Bob Nebb.

And, other news of Texas.

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