Last Wednesday, I sat down with three first-term members of the Texas House — Stefani Carter, R-Dallas; Cindy Burkett, R-Mesquite; and Rodney Anderson, R-Grand Prairie — to talk about their first weeks in office.
For our latest TribLive conversation, I sat down with three first-term members of the Texas House — Stefani Carter, R-Dallas; Cindy Burkett, R-Mesquite; and Rodney Anderson, R-Grand Prairie — to talk about how they're faring in office so far, what they're prepared to cut from the state budget, the expanded legislative agenda in 2011 and more.
Three extended clips from the interview are attached below. Full audio can be found here; full video can be found here.
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