The Senate Republican caucus has emerged after long hours in caucus debating over the GARVEE bonding plan. “We’ve got a ways to go, but we’re talking about doing something with GARVEE,” said Caucus Chairman Brad Little, R-Emmett. Sen. Jim Hammond, R-Post Falls, said he’s glad that lawmakers outside the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee are taking a detailed look at the highway bonding plan and its implications. “Everybody is getting a better understanding of all of the consequences and opportunities,” he said.
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