Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Why, What, Where, When, How of the Prison Relocation Open Houses

  The Prison Relocation Commission is holding several open houses to solicit public comment on the five final sites being considered for the prison move. The open houses will feature informational displays and last from 4 p.m.-9 p.m., with question-and-answer … Continue reading

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A Day (or 48) in the Life

In answer to a question I get asked a lot, “What do you do in the legislative off-season?,” I thought I’d share a list, with a few pictures, of what I’ve been up to since the legislative session ended almost … Continue reading

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The Work We Do When the Work Is Done

When the work of the legislative session is done, a different kind of work begins. ┬áThis period between sessions is called “Interim.” ┬áLegislators meet in monthly interim committees, with members of Senate and House working together, to continue studying issues, … Continue reading

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