House Session Summary - Wednesday, July 13
7/13/22 7:31 PM
The House chipped away Wednesday at its massive economic development bill, which combines $3.3 billion in spending aimed at bolstering the workforce and building resiliency in the economic life of local communities with a $1 billion tax-relief package benefiting middle class and low-income earners, renters, seniors, and property owners both rich and poor. The House adopted a major consolidated amendment that members developed and reviewed out of sight during the late afternoon before recessing for the evening, to return Thursday at 1 p.m., when passage of the bill will likely be among the top orders of business.
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