Debate is going again in the House on HB 262. Reps. Branden Durst and Bill Killen, both Boise Democrats, went first, both opposing the bill. "Do you really think that cutting school funding will preserve programs and learning opportunities for our children and grandchildren?" Killen asked. Rep. Ken Roberts, R-Donnelly, spoke next, focusing on the state's drop in revenues. "That trend has steepened in the last four to five months," he said.