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Mejia takes to national radio to discuss budget, state government

The Demos Center for the Public Sector produces a radio program, “First Tuesdays,” that interviews national experts key questions about public life. The most recent program is available online now.

During that show, BTC Director Elaine Mejia is interviewed for seven minutes or so on such questions as: “What do you wish everyday Americans knew about state government?” Mejia also talks about the Justice Center’s budget initiatives and plans for the future.

To listen: Download the MP3.

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