If Gov. Rick Perry has any plans to add more legislation to the special session call, he isn’t letting on.

Lawmakers were called back almost immediately following Sine Die yesterday. As many had expected, Gov. Perry set a special session on redistricting. Attorney General Greg Abbott has said he wants lawmakers to adopt the court-drawn interim election maps used in the last election.

Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, meanwhile, has asked that Gov. Perry add some conservative items that died during the regular session. He wants legislators to approve, among other things, tougher abortion laws and looser gun laws. During a bill signing today, Perry said, “No decisions have been made at this time about any other additions than what we already have.”

When pressed, Perry told reporters, “I’m not going to anticipate anything until we’ve had a chance to look at all the pieces of legislation. The members are here and if there are some things that need to be either tweaked or what have you, we’ll address those as we can.”

Perry can add more legislation to the special session call at any time.