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Fri., May 8, 2009, 10:36 a.m.

House girding for possible non-concur…

The House has been waiting around all morning for the Senate to send it the last few bills. Now, the House is preparing to go on the floor. First up: "Probably not concur to the Senate amendments in HB 286," said House Majority Caucus Chairman Ken Roberts, R-Donnelly. Rep. Frank Henderson, R-Post Falls, sponsor of the bill, said he'll speak his piece on the issue when the House goes into session. Then the House is likely to take up HB 303a, an education funding bill the Senate passed this morning, concurrence in the amended ethanol bill, and whatever else is left. "We need three appropriation bills and we're going home," Roberts said. The Senate, so far this morning, has passed two of those three.

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