Legislators look to meet the needs of Texas agriculture

King, Tracy O.
May 2013
Texas Agriculture Magazine;5/3/2013, Vol. 28 Issue 18, p17
An interview with U.S. politician Tracy O. King is presented. When asked about the priorities of the agricultural committees in the year 2013, he says that the committees will focus on the needs of the rural and agricultural Texas. He states that agriculture is important for economic development of Texas. He also mentions that the Texas legislators are working on several water reuse and recycling bills.


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