Superior High students visit the state Capitol with their class

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DENLEY LOGE

This week I had some welcome guests. Mr. Bishop and former Rep. Gordon Hendrick spent a day at the Capitol with the Superior High School government class.

We have been doing about 20 to 30 bills per day in our House sessions. We met last Saturday, which was day 78. Most committees have completed business for this session, which means no more new bills. Most bills we deal with on the floor are Senate bills or Senate-amended bills.

Medicaid Reform is still in the Senate as of Saturday but the status of that will be different by the time you read this. The power transmission line bill will also have some resolve in the next few days.

There are a few that think we will be done by Good Friday, but I feel we will have a few days left after Easter.

Happy Easter to all.

Call me at 406-544-5220, or contact me by email: denleylogehd14@gmail.com.

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