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San Jacinto Day in the Legislature

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True Texans hold several days sacred: March 2, Texas Independence Day; March 6, the fall of the Alamo, and April 21, San Jacinto day.  Texas nationalists remember these days and hope for independence again.  But what about Texas legislators?

On San Jacinto day, April 21, 2023, some of us thought about the 18 minutes of battle that secured Texas’ freedom from Santa Anna’s despotic rule.  Some of us remembered this day as the culmination of a long series of efforts and sacrif

 

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