Area lawmaker’s bill seeks term limits for Texas elected officials

Area lawmaker’s bill seeks term limits for Texas elected officials
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POSTED: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 6:02am

UPDATED: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 - 11:10am

A bill to limit the Texas governor, agriculture commissioner and other statewide elected offices to two terms won approval Monday from the Senate State Affairs Committee.

The bill’s author, Sen. Kevin Eltife of Tyler, said afterward that his measure does not include state senators and representatives because he wants it to succeed.

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Since most people do not vote we have crap like Rick Perry who will before he leaves office bankrupt our state like so many small cities that hide there failure, I would love to mention the losser small town I live in. It is taking money from all kinds of funds to keep its failure going. V.C. city? The city is disfuctional. We will retire in two years and our home is for sale as Louisiana will be our retiring home after 30 years .We can not trust Texas Taxes anymore. Sorry services also

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