I’ve come up with what I think is a good way to make Texas laws. Hear me out, see what you think.
First, we’ll divide the state into districts, with each district electing one of its best and brightest to send to Austin for the lawmaking process. Some districts, of course, might choose to send something other than their best and brightest. I’m OK with leaving this to local control.
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