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State Representatives speak for the people of Texas. They are men and women who create new state laws at the Capitol building in Austin.


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There are 150 State Representatives in Texas. They work at the capitol for two years. This is called a term. If they want to stay longer, they must run for office every two years to keep their job.

 

 

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