House Majority Leader Brad Dee (R-Ogden)
(KCPW News) Transportation funding doesn’t always tend to be a political issue that gets people riled up. But that’s exactly the conflict between Governor Gary Herbert and the Utah Legislature, which will meet in a special session next Friday to override his veto of SB 229. The legislation sets aside a portion of future sales tax growth for transportation projects. KCPW’s Jeff Robinson asked House Majority Leader Brad Dee why lawmakers feel strongly that the bill should become law.
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