A bipartisan, bicameral group of state lawmakers Tuesday interviewed seven people interested in filling the attorney general post until November. The first person up was the acting Attorney General, Barbara Underwood. She wants to stay in the role until someone new is elected and sworn in, vowing not to run herself. And she has a very impressive resume. So why interview other people? We discuss with the Insiders: Steve Greenberg worked for two Assembly Speakers and is the head of Greenberg Public Relations and a pollster for Siena. Brendan Quinn is a former Executive Director of the state Republican Party. He's now a private consultant.