Budget voting to start Sunday, not Saturday


Voting on the state budget will have to wait an extra day to begin, as lawmakers are being told to wait until Sunday until returning to the Capitol for voting.

The state Senate had been slated to enter their chamber at 4 p.m. Saturday. But that session has been pushed back a day, when senators are scheduled to begin voting on the first budget bills at 3 p.m. Sunday.

Voting on the budget is broken up into a series of bills, separating issues like state government operations, aid to localities, legislative and judiciary spending and capital projects.

Both the Senate and Assembly approved the first budget bill — relating to the state’s debt — last week.

Now, budget voting is expected to extend into at least Monday. Not all budget bills are printed yet, and they must “age” for three days before they can be put to a vote.

The Assembly, meanwhile, is expected to begin its session at 5 p.m. Sunday, with the Democratic majority scheduled to conference in private beforehand.


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  1. Maybe on Sunday Casey Seiler will come clean to the readers of TU Cap Con and say WHY

    VJ Machiavelli vs Casey Seiler on coming clean with your readers

    The post Casey Seiler does not want the readers of TU Cap Con to see


    VJ Machiavelli

    March 22, 2013 at 1:38 pm | (Comment awaiting moderation)

    Well “The Gods” are not plesed with Casey Seiler for not answering the question posed to him yesterday

    Why did you ban VJ Machiavelli from following you & TUCapCon on Twitter ?

    You seem to be stonewalling it like Nixon Stonewalled “WaterGate” and in doing so you may have created


    Yes “CaseyGate&! rdquo;

    So why don’t you bite the Bullet & tell the readers of TUCapCon the WHY

    VJ Machiavelli
    ps by not posting this you only confirm the stonewalling & Coverup just like Nixon & “WaterGate”


    What is he scared of tell the readers of TU Cap Con ?

    Before there was the “Oracle of Delphi” there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli

    VJ Machiavelli
    To The Moon, Mars, and Beyond.