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Make this a special special session

August 13, 2013

We’re not usually up for mixing business with special session business at the state Legislature, but this year, lawmakers should make an exception. A special session has been tentatively set for Sep....

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rangeral

Aug-15-13 12:25 PM

hartman is living off the grid, at least in his own mind, which may have been affected by "green air".

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OIIOHH

Aug-14-13 11:20 PM

Gosh Hartman, it’s OK for you to whine that "trickle-down" economics was bleeding you dry, but now when someone else complains about increased taxes, those people are “too busy feeling sorry for yourselves”. You MISERABLE HYPOCRITE, Hartman.

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hartman75

Aug-14-13 4:21 PM

Evidently you and rona are too busy feeling sorry for yourselves to notice the improvements in our economy since Democrats took over. If you want an example of a State in dysfunction, look no further than WI. The Republicans are running WI into the ground, with a alot of help from ALEC.

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OIIOHH

Aug-14-13 10:13 AM

Hartman: “Voters realized "trickle-down" economics was bleeding them dry.” As if “trickling-up” their money to the government through new taxes was a BETTER idea??

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rona45

Aug-14-13 8:24 AM

Repeal their huge self appointed raises then look at the taxes they passed and see if they could cut spending. Impossible from a Demos view but a person could dream.

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hartman75

Aug-13-13 3:37 PM

No thanks OIIOHH. The former Republican majority WAS sent packing at the ballot box, remember? Voters realized "trickle-down" economics was bleeding them dry. Cutting taxes is a short term re-election gimmick just as borrowing from schools to pay for tax cuts for the wealthy is not an economic plan. Democrats may not have ALL the answers but at least they are willing to go back and fix something that may not bring about the outcome they desired.

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OIIOHH

Aug-13-13 12:54 PM

Perfect – repeal all of the Democrat’s idiotic new taxes and tax increases, and roll back their 8% increase in budgeted spending. Then send them all packing at the ballot box.

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