Picking your spot
I admire Gallegos courage, but I'm not sure I understand why anyone would put their life on the line for -- despite the hyperbole on both sides -- a relatively inconsequential bill.
Sen. Mario Gallegos spent part of Monday resting in a hospital bed but was ready to spring into action if necessary to stop a controversial voter identification bill.
Gallegos said he faced the potential of his body rejecting the liver and came to Austin against his doctor's wishes. He said doctors have warned him that he's risking his health by staying in the Capitol instead of resting at home. Doctors in Houston took a biopsy of Gallegos' liver on Friday because of complications and elevated enzymes.
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