Tag Archives: perseverance

Making Change Happen

Note: Texas’ 86th Legislative Session – and the University of Houston’s Graduate College of Social Work’s 2019 Austin Legislative Internship Program – concluded on Monday, May 27. Both will convene again in January 2021. Over the next few days, we will be … Continue reading

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What I’m Taking With Me

by Merci Mohagheghi, intern in the Texas Legislative Study Group Over the past two weeks, I have been responsible for 105 bill analyses on subjects that have been referred to the Texas House of Representatives’State Affairs ,Criminal Jurisprudence, and Natural Resources committees, … Continue reading

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The End Looms Near

by Eli Davis, intern in the Texas Legislative Study Group This is my second of two blogs and I figured this one would prove easier to write than the first. There have been a whole lot of meetings, even more … Continue reading

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The Perseverance of Policymakers

by Tiffany Teate-Williams, intern in the House Committee on County Affairs As our nation’s administration was in a state of transition, I was revving up for a boxing match and the state legislature was my ring. “Let me at ‘em!” … Continue reading

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