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LI Wins:Lunch Update From the Legislature

In the News Lunch Update From the Legislature

My day at the legislature has been very intersting and I haven’t even spoken yet.

Currently the Legislature is in executive session, after much deabte (more to come on that next) and will break for lunch right afterwards and will resume for public hearing at 2:30 with public portion to start right after that.

We finished the morning public portion with Roger Clayman from the Federation of Labor saying that the e-verify system has major flaws and the fed would not choose one member over another. His statement was great and I really appreciate his support with his position.

Afterwards Presiding Officer (or shall we call him king?) Lindsay, made a motion to go into executive session. Legislator D’Amaro added that he thought Legislator Montano should be excluded from the executive session because he is the plaintiff in the lawsuit. Legislator Romaine brought-up that not much was private in this lawsuit and thought they should speak about it publicallly. Legislator Alden asked for a recess, which was granted. When they returned, Legislator Montano voiced his objection to being excluded and asked Legislator Lindsay whether he was making his decision to exclude him as a vote or fiat, which Lindsay replied that he was making a decision from the chair. It was pretty catty for a few minutes. In the end every legislator voted to break into executive session leaving Legislator Montano out.

I will update more from the leg. later this afternoon.

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