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This week In the Senate: Will 'perception of consensus' pan out? (access required)

Senate and House leaders will hunker down to iron out areas of disagreement in their draft budget proposals this week. Legislative staffers have been instructed to prepare a spreadsheet comparing the two chambers' draft budget proposals. "We think we are getting a lot closer," said Senate President Bob Burns, adding leaders would have a better ...

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