JACKSON, Lee (b. 1950) | Oral History

JACKSON, Lee (b. 1950)

Profession: Businessman
Political Service: Texas House of Representatives
Political Party: Republican

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Businessman, member of the Texas House of Representatives from Dallas, Republican. His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-sixth Legislature. Biographical information; personal political philosophy; early experience in politics; first legislative campaign, 1976; Sixty-fifth Legislative Session; comments about Speaker Bill Clayton; comments about Governor William Clements; appropriations; tax reduction; Peveto Bill; public school financing; consumer protection legislation; comments about “Killer Bees.”
Date of Interview: July 30, 1979

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His experiences and personal views as a member of the Sixty-eighth Legislature. Comments about the Speaker of the House Gib Lewis; committee assignments; rule changes; comments about Governor Mark White; tax bills; appropriations; pay raises for teachers; Public Utilities Commission.
Date of Interview: November 18, 1993

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