We’re in the final week of the Legislature’s session when lawmakers must negotiate a complex deal to get out of town. Friday marked the last significant procedural deadline, for House bills to pass the Senate and vice versa. Nearly everything with a chance of passing has been approved by both the House and the Senate in some form, with final agreement by one side or the other held back as bargaining chips. Today we’re taking a look at some survivors and some things that got knifed in the final hours before the cutoff.
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