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Missed opportunity

Around 5:00 a.m. last Thursday, the legislature passed a budget for the upcoming fiscal year after months of controversy and partisan games. Senate Republicans sought a bipartisan victory, but were clear from the beginning of this process — we would not support a spending plan based on more debt and higher taxes. Yet, this is precisely what was put before us in the early hours of the morning just moments before voting on a more than $80 billion state budget.

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TIME FOR TERM LIMITS… Can you believe the turmoil our elected leaders keep our country in? There is so much pain and suffering in our world today, there is little time for the baloney our politician


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