A final wrap on the 2012 General Assembly in less than five minutes
04/26/2012 07:38 AM
Lawmakers’ attempts at redistricting did not go well. Neither did the end of the 2012 General Assembly when the road bill forced a stare down between the governor and Senate president.
The budget, normally the source of legislative gridlock, was a rare bright spot.
Legislation aimed at fighting drugs served as the emotional anchor of the session, as did the response to the March 2 tornados that ravaged parts of Kentucky.
Those were the main points in this year’s 60-day session. And Pure Politics wrapped them up with some of the other memorable moments, light and heavy, in less than five minutes. Take a look:
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