LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - State Representative Carl Isett held an open forum this morning to discuss the recent legislative session with voters.
"I think the overarching concern was is government making use of money we give them at the state and local lever and what are the accountability mechanisms that are in place," said Isett.
Nearly 60 Lubbockites shared concerns over coffee with Isett at Jimenez Bakery this morning. The bailout and voter identification legislation were among the topics discussed. Isett says he plans to head back to Austin for a three to four day special session and the Governor is expected to call.
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