You know that feeling after the Thanksgiving family dinner from hell? That’s kind of how it felt Monday as the Texas Senate, which views itself as family, convened for a second special session that will be dominated by Republican efforts to pass an abortion restriction bill.
The noisy chaos that enveloped the chamber when the first special session ended last Tuesday night still somehow lingered in the room on Monday.
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