ANGLETON — Coming off the end of his first Texas legislative session, state Rep. Cody Vasut has a gripe that’s not unusual, and it’s with the way business is run in the other chamber.

“I frankly think we need new leadership in the Texas Senate,” Vasut said at Wednesday’s Lake Jackson Business Association luncheon. “I do not support Dan Patrick for reelection — I think he needs to go, I think we need somebody else in there, somebody who’s actually committed to being a productive member. Let me tell you this — your Texas House passed 75 percent of the Senate bills that came over, and your Texas Senate passed less than half of the House bills that came over.”

Wes Wolfe is a reporter for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0152.

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