KUHF Conversations: State Rep. Garnet Coleman (D)

Official portrait of Rep. Garnet Coleman, (D) District 147
It's been two years since state lawmakers were in session. Back then, they had to slash more than $5 billion from education to make the books balance. When the 83rd legislative session gets underway on Tuesday, lawmakers will not only have to grapple once again with education funding, but also how to expand Medicaid, as called for in the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. State Representative Garnet Coleman sat down with Morning Edition Host David Pitman to talk about those issues, and how this session will be different, since Republicans no longer hold a super majority of both the House and Senate.
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David Pitman

Local Host, Morning Edition

The one question David hears most often isn't "What is it like to work for an NPR member station?" or "Have you ever met Terry Gross?" (he has)...