The 85th Texas legislative session — hobbled by feuds, gamesmanship and rivalry — ended Monday with a real possibility of a special session in play.
Gov. Greg Abbott is the only one who can call a special session, and he said on May 29 at a press conference to sign the statewide ridesharing regulations bill that he would decide soon whether or not to keep Texas lawmakers in town to work on one or more bills.
“I’ll be making an announcement later this week about a special session,” Abbott…
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