Since taking office in 2011, Judge Clay Jenkins has become a voice for a stronger and more welcoming North Texas. He led the responses to public health emergencies like the West Nile Virus epidemic, Ebola crisis, and natural disaster recovery from deadly tornadoes and flooding.
Recently, most of Judge Jenkins’ time has been spent responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. He was the first leader in Texas to put restrictions in place to mitigate the spread of the virus, such as limiting crowd size, closing restaurant dining rooms and bars, and issuing a shelter in place order.
Judge Jenkins joins our hosts, Dennis McCuistion and Jim Falk, to talk about the issues Dallas has faced this last year as a result of the COVID pandemic.
He also shares his personal journey throughout this period and how he copes’ during this challenging time.
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