Tennesee legislator, Julia Hurley, carved her initials in her desk on the floor of the State House.
“It was like 1 in the morning on the last day of the session,” Hurley said of that late-night session in May. “I wasn’t thinking straight.”
Hurley said she doesn’t remember what she used to carve her initials — J.C.H. — on the desk as she and other representatives waited on the state senate to adjourn.
Rep. Julia Hurley, 29, is a freshman legislator from Tennessee who once worked as a waitress at a Hooters restaurant.
House Speaker Beth Harwell said that the initials will be removed at the Republican lawmaker's expense.