But we won’t be. That was the message House Majority Leader Mike Moyle just gave the House. “You guys have done a really good job today and we’re caught up, we really could be done tomorrow. But there’s a few things in the wings,” he said. “One of them is GARVEE. The Senate has sent the GARVEE bill back to JFAC.” That’s the highway bonding plan. JFAC will meet on Monday morning to consider the issue, Moyle told House members. So for now, the House has adjourned for the day. It’ll come in at 8 tomorrow morning for a brief session, then leave early. Those who were worried about getting packed up and out of town by Saturday can relax, Moyle said – they’ll still be here next week.
Betsy Z. Russell covers Idaho news from The Spokesman-Review's bureau in Boise.
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