Sherri Greenberg

former Representative (D), Texas State House of Representatives

Guest

Interim Director of the Center for Politics and Governance at the University of Texas' Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs; former Democratic member of the Texas House of Representatives (1991-2001)

Sherri Greenberg on KCRW

Two weeks ago, Texas’ Republican Governor Rick Perry won an unprecedented fourth term and his party captured two thirds of the Legislature.

Texas: From Boom to Budget Gap of $25 Billion

Two weeks ago, Texas’ Republican Governor Rick Perry won an unprecedented fourth term and his party captured two thirds of the Legislature.

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Two weeks ago, Texas’ Republican Governor Rick Perry won an unprecedented fourth term and his party captured two thirds of the Legislature.

Texas: From Boom to Budget Gap of $25 Billion

Two weeks ago, Texas’ Republican Governor Rick Perry won an unprecedented fourth term and his party captured two thirds of the Legislature.

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