Editorial: Political muscle will be needed for vet school

Amarillo Globe-News - Before becoming the fourth chancellor in the history of Texas Tech University in 2014, Robert Duncan was a member of the Texas Legislature for more than 20 years, working in the Texas House and Senate.

Duncan and other Tech leaders will need to draw on this political experience in the next year and a half or so, and put it to good use.

Duncan was in Amarillo Tuesday morning discussing Tech's proposed veterinary school in Amarillo.

The key word here is "proposed," because there is still work to be done for the vet school to become reality and for Amarillo to receive the related economic benefit, which would be substantial.

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