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Texas Capitol Reporter
The Texas Newsroom is seeking a senior reporter to cover the state Capitol for audio and digital audiences across Texas and throughout the country.    The Texas Newsroom is the landmark regional news collaboration of NPR and public radio stations across the state. It includes KERA in Dallas/Fort Worth, KUT in Austin, Houston Public Media and Texas Public Radio in San Antonio. This person will be employed by KUT in Austin. Applicants must have a demonstrated ability to work well within a team.   The ideal candidate is obsessed with politics and policy – and is deeply curious about how the decisions made at the statehouse impact the lives of Texans, particularly those who have the least power and the least resources. They can clearly explain complicated bills a


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