Holcomb hopes lawmakers leave contentious issues 'for another day' in his final session
Gov. Eric Holcomb says he hopes lawmakers leave contentious issues “for another day” as he heads into his final legislative session.
Legislative leaders have promised a quieter session focused on smaller changes to existing policies. Holcomb said he understands holding off on anything “drastic.”
“I hope the word would be constructive session that yields productivity,” Holcomb said.
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Holcomb isn’t revealing any details about his final legislative agenda — but he’s talking a big game about it, promising to do things “we’ve never done before.”
“And I think will have an unprecedented impact and effect on our state’s future,” Holcomb said.
Holcomb plans to unveil his agenda on the same day the legislative session begins, Jan. 8, 2024.