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The Roy Faires Collection, no. 47 - Seventieth Texas Legislature (1987)

Austin History Center

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  •  Unedited footage of a meeting regarding a Texas Center for Rural Studies report on the harmful effects of pesticides used in indoor pest extermination 
  •  Footage of a public meeting about the study 
  •  Breaking the fourth wall! 
  •  Unedited footage of proceedings within the Texas House of Representatives for the Seventieth Texas Legislature 
  •  Speaker of the House Gib Lewis declares the adoption of the bill on the floor of the Texas House of Representatives 
  •  Representatives listen (or not) to proposals made by their colleagues  
  •  A wild Rick Perry appears! 
 
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This video features two segments of unedited footage to be used for 24 Action News broadcasts on Austin’s KVUE-TV. The first segment covers a series of meetings regarding a concerning report released by the Texas Center for Rural Studies about the harmful effects of pesticides used for indoor extermination. The second includes footage from the Texas House of Representatives and the Seventieth Texas Legislature. Passing 1,185 of the 4,179 bills filed, the Seventieth Legislature remains the most prolific in Texas history to date. Representatives can be seen on the floor of the House in the second of these segments, including then Speaker of the House Gib Lewis and future Governor of Texas Rick Perry.