Senate Floor leader Treat upbraided both parties in the House, this morning. House Floor Leader Echols Responded.
As for Jon Echols, he called on the Governor & Senate to stop interferring.
"Eventually, the governor's branch and the Senate are going to have to stop micromanaging the House. A lot of these votes are because they're demanding them from both parties before they'll unleash some real solutions. If we can't get there on GPT and cigarette tax, the Republicans are going to have to abandon cigarette tax and the Democrats are going to have to abandon GPT."
A Solution Without Tax Increases (for now)
Echols said two options include
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