The Legislative Sine Die

Sine die means adjournment, or "without assigning a day for a further meeting or hearing." In other words, it’s when the legislative session ends. And that was this evening, at about 8 PM. The Arizona Fiftieth Legislature, 2nd Session, ended, with good feelings, camaraderie, and mutual respect among its members and staff. These are all fine people who work hard and believe in what they’re doing. And even though there are contentious debates, and differences of opinion, we all want to make Arizona’s government the best that it can be, and meet the needs of our citizens. It’s been my pleasure to serve these past four years.



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By Cecil Ash

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