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Employer sanction measure goes to Senate committee (access required)

Senate President Tim Bee said the bill, H2779, could have gone to any four committees in his chamber. But the Appropriations Committee under Sen. Robert Burns, R-9, is most appropriate for the task at hand, according to Bee. It’s a matter of numbers, Bee said. “Appropriations is always the committee that has the largest number of members of ...

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