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Event Recap: TO THE POINT – The Future of Texas Politics

The North Texas Commission hosted Speaker Joe Straus on February 26, 2018, to discuss North Texas politics the week before the March primary elections.

In a discussion led by Scott Orr of Fidelity Investments, Speaker Straus gave his candid view on where politics in North Texas are headed during the 2019 session.

To see news coverage on this event, click here.


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For sponsorship questions or additional information on our TO THE POINT series, contact Holly Norris at Holly@ntc-dfw.org or 972-621-0400


See pictures from the event below:

To The Point: The Future of Texas Politics (2018)
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