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GOEHNER: SOME BILLS NEED WORK

We've mentioned here that the number of bills filed this legislative session, added to the bills still open from last session, is staggering, somewhere around 25 hundred. But 12th District State Representative Keith Goehner says many of those bills are important, but some of them need some work:



Goehner says lawmakers didn't talk to some of the people impacted by those bills, and they're now having to look at changes to those bills. He says there needs to be more groundwork done on the new bills:



Representative Goehner spoke on Friday's Legislative Update on KOZI; today, State Senator Brad Hawkins will call in from Olympia around 7:45.


Also, Representatives Goehner and Mike Steele will be holding a virtual town hall coming up next Monday at 6 pm. You can register to participate by going to repmikesteele-dot-com or repkeithgoehner-dot-com.

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