State Rep. Cheri Gerou is relatively new to the legislature, but that doesn’t stop her from weighing in on issues that have baffled the most senior elected politicians.
As a newly appointed member of the state Long-Term Fiscal Stability Commission, Evergreen Republican Gerou is one of 16 people who have been charged with finding a way out of the state’s fiscal fix.
Topping the agenda is the $873 million shortfall projected in fiscal 2010-11.
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