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2008 session sixth-longest and counting (access required)

This year's legislative session will be at least the sixth-longest in state history by the time lawmakers hammer out a budget deal to address a massive deficit and wrap up the remainder of their official work for the year. Today, June 23, marks the 162nd day of the legislative session. In each of the last ...

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