His bill would roll revenues from expiring tax credits into a general income tax rate cut, rather than allow the money to flow into the state’s coffers.
Lawsuits, amendments, appointments, money…
The importance of keeping the easily excitable on the edges of their seats.
On the show this week, Scott wonder just how much more we have left to give to our drunken Uncle.
“Bill Howell isn’t running for president. But those planning to take the plunge might find a lot of running room by taking a page out of the speaker’s playbook.”
Obenshain bill to allow party registration gets through the Senate P & E committee while a Republican district chairman threatens to bolt if either Jeb or Mitt is the presidential nominee next year
Restrained, but pungent.
Even Democrats voted for a return to normalcy.
He makes it official today.
As expected. But the larger question about the session is whether the Governor really cares what happens. 2016 is where his eyes are focused.