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Legislators take up TTF bills today with some surprises in their fiscal impact

Assuming all goes as planned and the winning votes are in hand the Senate session is scheduled to start today at 10:00 am and the Assembly at 1:00 pm, although these sessions often start late and actual voting even later....Read mor...
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