Texas Agriculture Commissioner Holds Town Hall Meeting in Lubbock - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

6/27/06

Texas Agriculture Commissioner Holds Town Hall Meeting in Lubbock

The Texas Agriculture Commissioner is going over ideas she gathered from Lubbockites. Agriculture Commissioner Susan Combs says, "Lubbock is a major hub for all agriculture in Texas."

That's why Combs met with leaders from Lubbock and surrounding communities Tuesday afternoon. She called it a town hall meeting atmosphere.  She listened to their ideas and concerns about economic development, biofuel, ethanol and other agriculture issues.

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