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State legislators debated the state budget, education issues and so much more during the 2023 regular session as they passed bills affecting Texans across the state. What should Texans take away from the lawmakers’ work?
In a special live edition Tuesday of TribCast, the Tribune’s weekly podcast, we discussed these issues, the current special session and much more. Managing editor Matthew Watkins moderated the podcast, which also featured Renzo Downey, lead writer of The Blast; Alexa Ura, the Tribune’s demographics reporter; Patrick Svitek, the Tribune’s primary political correspondent; and Brad Johnson, senior reporter at The Texan.
You can watch the one-hour conversation here.
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