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Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick recently said the Texas Senate may further lower the threshold required to bring bills to the floor if Republicans lose one or two seats in November. The change would lower the threshold to a simple majority from the current three-fifths majority to get legislation on the floor. "If we are still the majority but the minority has power to overrule us," Patrick said, "we cannot let that stand." Would you agree with lowering the threshold?