MCALLEN, Texas – Four state lawmakers from the Rio Grande Valley were asked what was the most important negative piece of legislation passed last session for the region.
Reps. Terry Canales of Edinburg, Sergio Muñoz of Mission, R.D. ‘Bobby’ Guerra of McAllen, and Oscar Longoria of La Joya were asked the question by moderator Jim Darling, the former mayor of McAllen, at a McAllen Chamber of Commerce event.
Held at the Radisson McAllen Airport Hotel, the event was titled “Legislative Update Luncheon.” The master of ceremonies was Dr. Fred Farias, chairman of the McAllen Chamber’s government affairs council.
This podcast has the answers from the four Rio Grande Valley lawmakers.
Editor’s Note: Vanguard Academy students Lee Perez and Freddy Sandoval assisted with this story.
Editor’s Note: This is the third in a five-part series on the McAllen Chamber of Commerce’s recent Legislative Update Luncheon. Click here for Part One. Click here for Part Two. Click here for Part Three.
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