The top local stories this morning from KERA News:
Gov. Greg Abbott signed a number of high-profile bills yesterday - and broke out his veto pen as well.
Among the bills he signed include a measure that would let voters decide whether to dismantle Dallas County Schools, the regional bus operator for 12 North Texas school districts. Abbott also signed a bill overhauling how schools and districts are graded.
He also vetoed 50 bills, the most for a Texas governor in a decade.
Other stories this morning:
- Texas businesses form a group to throw their support behind NAFTA, a trade agreement they say has been a boost to the state's economy.
- Monday marks Juneteenth, and 90-year-old Opal Lee has been on a mission to make it a federal holiday. Last year, she did symbolic walks to the nation's capital to make her case. And tonight, she'll begin another symbolic walk.
- There will be a number of closures on the Dallas North Tollway in Plano this weekend. Here's what you need to know.
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