The chair of the Ways and Means Committee discusses the governor's proposed $100 refund to residents, infrastructure, education and jobs.
How much is seeing your counterpart in the House, Sylvia Luke, leave (to run for lieutenant governor) going to change the way the Legislature operates?
Well, she has a lot of integrity. She’s very intelligent. She has a lot of depth. She and I talk a lot about these issues — how do we balance it all? How do you make sure that we can in some areas make incremental steps, in some areas take bigger steps. She has a lot of institutional knowledge. So I think whoever takes her place, it’s going to be a while for them to get to that level.
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