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From KLKN coverage:
Sen. Tom Brandt: “This was a 60-day session that I would have swore was 90 days for all the stuff that we got done,” he said.
Some big decisions are up to the next legislative body, including criminal justice reform.
“That was probably the one large item that was left on the table, and it will probably come back in bits and pieces so that we can get many bites of the apple and one large bite at the apple,” Brandt said. “I think that is going to go hand and hand with building the new prison.”
Eleven senators are running for reelection, and others are seeking other offices, so depending on the outcome of those races, the Legislature could have “a fairly large class” of new members, Brandt said.
“Once we get past the primary, we will know a lot more about where everything is headed,” he said.