“A second full week of the special legislative session is non-history. Thoughts a week ago that some kind of compromise could be reached by now that would clear the way for movement on the two pieces of legislation have proven decidedly optimistic. And so a special legislative session that some are calling “bizarre” will ooze into a third week.
At this point the House and the Senate don’t even know when they’ll come back into session. The House staff was supposed to meet yesterday to talk about scheduling. But the meeting was cancelled. The staff can’t even meet to talk about when to have a meeting. Therefore we are offering today a non-progress report.”