Senate overrides governor vetoes

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Friday, February 05, 2010

The Senate voted this week to overturn two of Gov. Kulongoski's vetoes, one on a fisheries bill, the other on a measure clarifying responsibility for PERS miscalculations.

Last year's education spending bill was the only other time one of Kulongoski's vetoes had been overruled.

Senate Majority Leader Richard Devlin insisted there was no spite in the override votes and the governor was told ahead of time.
But there was an assertion of legislative power on a bill the unions wanted and another that was important to rural Republicans.

Read the full story at OregonLive.com.

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just plain dick
0 #1 just plain dick 2010-02-05 11:19:28
Finally a Democrat that is financially responsable!
Jackie you go girl.
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