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Monday, January 10, 2005

Legislature 1/10

Today at the Legislature the House celebrated Ed Burdick, while the Senate confirmed some of Pawlenty's appointed commissioners. Not a terribly eventful day in terms of getting things accomplished, and certainly not a surprising day. Nobody expected the Senate to fire any commissioners in the way that they fired Cheri Pierson-Yecke last year, and from what I can tell there is no reason to. The Senate will soon take up the confirmation of former Representative Alice Seagren as Education Commissioner, and despite the fact that she is a Republican there is no reason to deny her confirmation either. Yecke was right to be fired, and Seagren is a much more palatable choice.

Thursday's session will probably be even shorter, and since next Monday is a holiday and neither body will meet, expect little to be done in the near future.

1 Comments:

At 6:31 PM, January 10, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What do you think of Paymar's bill in the House to cut down the numbers of state legislators? (H.F. 147)

 

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