A session that started with sky-high hopes of enacting a full-blown, veto-proof Democratic/Progressive agenda ended about as messily as it could in the House on May 24 and in the Senate five days later. The bickering between House and Senate members wasn’t partisan but it sure was bickering. Notably, it resulted in two priority bills – paid family leave and minimum wage – being left on the table until next January. As well, the House left the self-governance discussion for another day.
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