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After five years, Ableser lands first bill on gov’s desk (access required)

Yesterday was a day of firsts for Rep. Ed Ableser. Sure, it was the first time in his brief legislative career that the House and Senate would end their annual session in April. It’s also the first time in recent years that the waning days of the session didn’t include any budget action, as the ...

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  1. I don’t know if 5 years counts as “brief” in a legislature with 6 year limits on service.

    I will say, while it’s great to see Ableser’s bill get passed, it’s not as if Rep Ableser hasn’t cosponsored and worked on countless pieces of legislation.

    And sadly, in this politburo of a legislature we have, if Democrats want to get ANY bill passed they probably stand the best chance by writing it and handing it to a Republican to introduce. Even Carolyn Allen had trouble seeing legislation through.

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