Texas Lawmakers To Testify Before House Committee Thursday

FILE - In this July 13, 2021, file photo Texas State Rep. Senfronia Thompson, dean of the Texas House of Representatives, speaks as Democratic members of the Texas legislature hold a news conference at the Capitol in Washington. Texas Democrats are starting a second week of holing up in Washington to block new voting laws back home. More than 50 Democrats in the Texas House of Representatives had plans Monday to continue on a media blitz in the nation's capital and pressure Congress to act on federal voting rights. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

Some Texas lawmakers will testify about voting rights before a House subcommittee on Thursday.  Enough Texas Democrats have left the state to protest a voting bill and that has brought the state House in Austin to a halt.  They fled to Washington, DC to run out the clock on the special session Republican Governor Greg Abbott called to consider the election bill, among other measures.  However, Abbott said earlier this month he’s undeterred by what Democrats have done as he promised to call an unlimited amount of special sessions.  Abbott explained, “they can run, but they cannot hide.”

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