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As the legislative session winds down, at least one lawmaker says he's surprised that a split house was able to work so well together.  "It’s been very positive in the way that we've cooperated. The co-governance model in the House has worked extremely well; and there's been greater cooperation than in the other four session that I’ve had here in the Legislature." Republican Dennis Richardson admits they still have hurdles to get over; the budget has been stuck on public safety. The Legislature could head home as early as Thursday.

 

 

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