Senate Puts off Voting on Capital Budget

The Senate on Monday put off amending and voting on its capital projects budget that is essential to ending the legislative session this week. Meanwhile, the House has delayed until Monday night its daily floor session as members put the final touches on a bill authorizing a package of general obligations bonds to put before voters this fall.
Several other high profiles bills are still in the works.

Dave Donaldson, APRN – Juneau

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