There always comes a week when it becomes clear the Legislature won’t be able to meet the 90 day deadline.
The Legislature is officially a third of the way through the regular 90-day session, but in all likelihood there’s at least another 90 days left.
The education battle continues, and the House Majority takes a hardline position of its own.
Legislators are still fighting over that education budget.
Rep. Zach Fansler’s resignation becomes official today, while Senate Republicans mull what to do with a new appointment.
The chief justice delivered his final State of the Judiciary of his term. The House also passed its education budget without a funding source.
There wasn’t a lot of news out of the 22nd day, but Wednesday looks more eventful.
The Legislature also is considering hiking fees on lobbyists and raising penalties for oil spills.
The bill would allow distilleries to serve cocktails, just as they had been doing since 2014.
Fallout continue from a handful of legislators’ bad to unacceptable behavior, while the supplemental budget and Medicaid spending continued to dominate debate.