Wednesday’s Florida House Session was a marathon. Tom Flanigan reports members kicked things off promptly at a quarter-til-eleven in the morning and were scheduled to plow through the budget process until seven in the evening.
There was a palpable sense of urgency in the Florida House of Representatives today:
“We are officially today at the halftime point of our sixty-day session. And last week we passed the redistricting bills and today we’ll begin consideration of the second of our two constitutional duties, which is to pass a balanced budget.”