February 26, 2010 in Idaho
Betsy Russell photo

The Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee gathers at a 7 a.m. workshop on Friday to go over motions it’ll consider in its regular 8 a.m. budget-setting meeting. During the workshop, Rep. Jim Patrick, R-Twin Falls, said he’d agreed to withdraw proposed intent language to block the Department of Agriculture from drawing on unlimited deficiency warrants for the anti-quagga mussel invasive species program, at least for another year.


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