Trent Ashby

With the Legislative Session in the rear-view mirror, I'll be returning to a bi-weekly column schedule to provide periodic updates on what's happening around the state and in the district. Though the heavy legislative lifting behind us, it's never too early to start preparing for the 87th Legislative Session, which will not begin until January of 2021. With that in mind, I want to encourage you to continue contacting my office with your thoughts on ways that we can work to address issues that matter to you in the future.

With that, here's this week's legislative update. . .

Ninja

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