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House Week Feb. 6-9

  In the State House this week, we had some very broad-ranging bills and interesting events take place. The bipartisan House Utility Ratepayer Protection Committee met again this week to further discuss the future of electric cooperative ratepayers who rely … Continue reading

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State House Review Jan 23-25, 2018

After an abbreviated session at the State House the week before last due to the inclement weather, Governor McMaster delivered his first State of the State address to the General Assembly and the House spent significant time on the floor … Continue reading

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Update

HOUSE WEEK IN REVIEW May 12, 2017 This week the General Assembly concluded work on the regular legislative session, but lawmakers are scheduled to return later in the month under the terms of S.692, a resolution extending the session of the … Continue reading

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HOUSE WEEK IN REVIEW

Here’s the long version of the action taken by the State House this week. I voted “aye” to each one. May 20, 2016 The House of Representatives and the Senate voted to override the Governor’s veto on H.4717 to allow … Continue reading

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HOUSE WEEK IN REVIEW

April 22, 2016 The House of Representatives appointed a conference committee to address its differences with the Senate on H.3579, legislation that includes DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION RESTRUCTURING AND ROAD FUNDING INITIATIVES. The House amended, approved, and sent the Senate H.4763, … Continue reading

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State House Week 3/15 – 3/18/2016

Not So Fast, My Friend! The 10th week of this year’s legislative session was again dominated by road talk. The top issue for the last couple of years has been how to effectively pay more for road and bridge improvements … Continue reading

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State House Report

The House of Representatives concurred in Senate amendments to H.3145, a bill SHIELDING FROM LEGAL LIABILITY THOSE WHO TAKE ACTIONS TO PREVENT HOT CAR DEATHS of children and vulnerable adults who are left unattended in locked motor vehicles, and enrolled … Continue reading

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