Democrats & House Republicans trade blame for legislative inaction on high-priority bills

Democrats and House Republicans are blaming each other for the legislature's inaction on a number of high-priority bills and bonds. Lawmakers left Augusta early Thursday morning following a heated debate Wednesday night in the House Chamber.


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