On March 23rd, Alabama legislators came back to Montgomery from Spring Break facing lots of work that needs to be accomplished during the legislative days left in the session. The final one-third of the session will likely be dominated by three big topics: budgets, bingo and roads. The State is in big trouble financially and passing budgets will be extremely tough this year. Good budgets – without new revenues – will be impossible. It also appears the bingo legislation will resurface and who knows what will happen there. The road construction bill that has passed the Senate is now in the House. My brother, Billy Beasley, is handling this bill in the House. If passed, it will both create badly-needed jobs and solve some critical infrastructure needs in our state. There are other issues that should also be addressed, including ethics and campaign finance reform, and taking the sales tax off groceries. Hopefully, each of these issues will be considered and passed.
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