AUSTIN, Texas -- When it comes to Texas kids, child advocacy groups said the legislative session was a mixed bag.
Some of the successes they point to include money for free, full-day pre-K for eligible 4-year-old students and expanding mental health services.
But groups say lawmakers made little progress on child welfare issues and kids' health coverage.
Click the video link above to watch our interview with Peter Clark, communications director for Texans Care for Children. He discusses his group's take on the wins and losses of the 86th legislative session.