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Restricting unilateral executive authority

In a special session of the Oversight Committee, Chair and Representative Steve Johnson heard testimony on thirty-one bills that all help keep the Governor’s office from overstepping its bounds during states of emergency. Representative Julie Alexander spearheaded testimony before the Committee on Wednesday on all the bills, which are expected to receive a vote sometime in June. Many of my fellow Republican Representatives have joined Rep. Alexander’s efforts by sponsoring a bill; I have sponsored two.

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