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Newspapers are fond of offering you the quote of the day. Before returning, in coming weeks, to commentary on the legislative session’s big issues, I give you Quotes of the Session:
Rep. Mimi Stewart, D-Albuquerque: “Unlike the Senate, we move quicker. They take a lot longer, and they don’t meet as often.” Comment during a meeting of the House Health and Government Affairs Committee, which Stewart chairs.
Sen. George Muñoz, D-Gallup: “The House passes all these bills, and the Senate has to clean ‘em up.”
Sen. Lynda Lovejoy, D-Crownpoint, responding to a comment by Sen. Rod Adair, R-Roswell, that this was a do-nothing session: “If it’s a do-nothing session, he probably did very little. Those of us who put energy and commitment into getting bills passed, many times we burned the midnight oil, and it was well worth it.”
Minority Floor Leader Stuart Ingle, R-Portales: “A memorial is a lot like kissing your sister – it ain’t bad, but it doesn’t do much.” A memorial signals the intent of the body, but it’s often used to honor a person or occasion. Observing their peculiar proliferation this year, Rep. Don Bratton, R-Hobbs, introduced a memorial to proclaim this “The Memorial Session.”
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