Odell on Caucus Process, BAC and Open Road Tolling

Last week in Concord, New Hampshire’s 24 senators (14 Democrats and 10 Republicans) faced over 90 bills in one day, writes Bob Odell (R-Lempster) in this week’s Capital Comments.

“After eight hours of debate and voting, the Senate President called a halt and special ordered about 20 bills remaining to our session this Wednesday. Senators of both parties will be in caucuses before session to prepare themselves for votes. The caucuses help insure an orderly process on the Senate floor,” Odell explained.

To read about the Senate caucus system, open road tolling, a Bank of America policy for check-cashing that everyone agrees is “ridiculous,” and legislation to close a coverage gap in the Healthy Kids program…go to Capital Comments (May 18) posted  under Columns.

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