Editorial: Special session may be problem for lawmakers
It's probably too early to speculate why the Republican leadership in the Georgia House of Representatives has offered to talk with Gov. Sonny Perdue about the possibility of not calling a special session to deal with the mess surrounding the supplemental budget for the current fiscal year. The most positive interpretation of the House overture is that its members have realized that clinging to the relatively small tax cut they and their Senate colleagues put in the 2007 supplemental budget isn't worth the political cost they'd pay by coming back to Atlanta for a special session.
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