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Effective Good: An Illusive, Elusive White Whale in the Political Waters

by Sharon Jacob, intern in the Texas Legislative Study Group Author’s note: Melville is not my favorite author in the traditional literary canon. Probably because he used far too many wandering metaphors with unnecessarily florid language. The Principle of the … Continue reading

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On the Need to Take Back Our Power

by Trang-Thu (Mimi) Duong interning in the office of Representative Gene Wu Here, at the Capitol, I’m experiencing what the depths of power look like. Every day I walk into an elevator that takes me underground, two floors beneath the … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Meaningful Work

by Tyler Anderson, intern in the Texas Legislative Group We did it y’all! It’s been over a month since our first day in the Capitol, and to say it flew by would be an understatement. This past month has been a … Continue reading

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