By Jason Harper
The $264 million capital outlay bill that would have jump-started job growth, fixed roads, and repaired schools died an unnecessary death at the hands of the Democratic-controlled State Senate.
But to hear Senate Majority Leader Michael Sanchez’s slanted version of events, you’d never know that. So here is what I witnessed, first-hand.
On Day One of the legislative session, Senator Sanchez proclaimed, “Bills have always come to die in the Senate.”