First Metro ride ever for Texan aide

Belz, Emily
July 2007
Hill;7/10/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 82, p27
The article focuses on Pedro Ramos, an intern in the office of Democrat Representative Rubén Hinojosa of Texas. Ramos is a pre-law student at West Texas A&M University. He is the first from his family to graduate from high school and will be the first to graduate from college. According to Ramos, when he first arrive in Washington, D.C., he was shocked by the fast pace of the city life and that he misses his parents and three siblings in Texas.


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