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Frullo takes oath Monday as Lubbock's new lawmaker

By James Clark | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - By late Monday morning John Frullo will officially be Lubbock's State Representative for District 84.  Frullo takes the oath of office on the campus of Texas Tech.  Frullo is taking office earlier than other freshman Representatives because he is filling out the last month of Carl Isett's unexpired term.  Technically that gives Frullo seniority over other incoming freshman lawmakers.  Frullo will take a second oath of office between now and the start of the legislative session on January 11th 2011.  The public is invited to Monday's ceremony at the Merket Alumni Center 18th & University, at 10 AM.

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