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Full Show: Federal Workers Rally, And Term Limits For Congress And Senate (Jan. 15, 2019)

On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: Federal workers affected by the shutdown are rallying in Houston. We meet Harris County’s 17 recently elected black female judges. Psychiatrists are lobbying Congress to reclassify schizophrenia as a brain disease. We learn about some renewed efforts to establish term limits for the U.S. House and Senate. And an author shares exercises for improving your problem-solving skills.

On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: Federal workers in Houston are rallying against the government shutdown. We hear from one of them. And we meet the 17 recently elected black female judges in Harris County whose group photo went viral.

Also this hour: A local professor of psychiatry is among those lobbying Congress to reclassify schizophrenia as a brain disease. We learn what such a change would mean. Then, we discuss some renewed proposals to establish term limits for the U.S. House and Senate.

And author Edward Burger, who’s president of Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, presents some real-world exercises to improve decision-making and problem-solving skills in his book Making Up Your Own Mind.

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