Speakership called state office

Speakership called state office

There are 1 comment on the A liberal dose story from Dec 15, 2007, titled Speakership called state office. In it, A liberal dose reports that:

AUSTIN -- The speaker of the Texas House is a statewide officeholder like the governor or lieutenant governor, but he can be removed from office without the necessity of going through the impeachment process, ...

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Ennis, TX

#1 Dec 15, 2007
Mr C. seems to have forgotten he is an employee-no "absolute power" there. I am thinking it is time to have a limit on the terms of legislators. Maybe all of their employment should be terminated around the time of the next election.

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