Dozens of state legislative proposals on subjects ranging from careless driving to government reorganization are stacking up again this year as members of the General Assembly get ready for another session of lawmaking. If pre-filed bills are any indication, legislators seem bent on not only hitting the ground running but also in covering a lot of it before they adjourn sometime early next summer. And why not? With state government reeling from repeated budget cuts and with more reductions predicted, they may be in for a busy session reminiscent of last year, when agencies lined up to ask for money that wasn't always available.
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