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A so-so session of the General Assembly concluded in July. Our budget revenues continued to improve, but the Senate’s performance did not.
Attempts at tax reform never got traction and opponents of government restructuring ran out the clock to spite the governor when the ball was on the one-yard line. Oftentimes in politics personalities trump policies. It was true in Caesar’s time and remains so today. Here’s what happened on some selected issues:
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