Drug court graduation

Noel Solis Perez Jr. is presented his certificate by Judge Pat Sebesta at the drug court graduation ceremony Thursday.

With so many legislators’ pet initiatives and wasteful projects finding their way into the state budget every biennium, it is particularly sad when the successful programs are cast aside.

That is the case with several that have operated in Brazoria County, including the drug court program, which saw eight new success stories added to its honor roll last week.

This editorial was written by Michael Morris, managing editor of The Facts.

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Texas and other states will need more funding. We are addressing the results of massive increase of drugs coming across Biden’s open borders. The facts has done two articles regarding good plans to help folks with drug issues. This is great news when folks are healed. But where is the concern about the 900% increase of drugs coming across our open border?

I forgot the facts will not attack a dem

Father of Six

Have you called Representative Vasut and Senator Huffman Mr. Morris? I've called my Representative and Senator. Judge Sebesta is a wonderful person just like his mom and dad. Apple doesn't fall too far from the tree. He loves talking about this program and it's merits. We need funding for it beyond his tenure. Everyone please help.

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