Lawmakers discuss limiting gubernatorial powers
Limiting a governor's use of unallotment most likely will see debate in 2010, local lawmakers said Tuesday.
While Democrats said doing away with unallotment is preferred, no governor of any party would allow such action to become law. Instead, Rep. Larry Howes, R-Walker, said the powers should be limited.
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