From 1973-1991, Bill Hobby served as Texas’ lieutenant governor and brought tremendous progress in numerous areas, including public education, mental health, water conservation, fiscal management, indigent health care, correctional programs, and public assistance programs. Hear his thoughts on the current state of the Texas Legislature.
Bill Hobby on the Texas Legislature
Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 4:29 pm CST
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