Legislation being considered would give teenagers access to expanded sexual health information at school with the intent of reducing teen pregnancy and infections.
Social conservatives have voiced concern with changing the sex education system, in place since the mid-1990s when George W. Bush was governor.
Republican Gov. Rick Perry's office said he would review the new proposal but that he likes the existing policy.
Is this something Rick and Kay agree on, or would Kay favor changing sex ed? A lot of social conservatives would like to know before voting next March.