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They’re talking…

Talks between House and Senate leaders and the governor appear to be bearing some fruit, possibly in the form of a new version of the GARVEE highway bonding bill. “We’ve all been down in the governor’s office,” said House Assistant Majority Leader Scott Bedke, R-Oakley. “Now the House knows the Senate doesn’t want to go down that road. … Now it’s time for us to step up and strike a compromise.” In the Senate a few minutes ago, several North Idaho senators hurried to assure Senate Majority Leader Bart Davis, R-Idaho Falls, that they “really do like GARVEE,” they just didn’t like the bill they helped vote down. Davis hinted that some kind of resurrection is in the works, or at least in its early stages…




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