Friday, March 13, 2009

Senate on death penalty, House on education tax

This is one of those few moments when the House and Senate are focused on single topics for hours on end, where when you patrol the third floor of the Capitol, there's hardly anyone there.

In the Senate, it's the bill to repeal to the death penalty.

In the House, it's the measure that imposes a surtax for education of 0.75% on gross receipts and compensating taxes.

Funny, they are the two things you can't avoid: death and taxes.

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