The bill calls for a phased-in implementation done by annual meetings to agree among Gov-House-Senate on that year's implementation.
It's a commitment and it's a plan.
These things take time.
There is, however, no advantage--NONE--to putting it off.
"We have to pass Fair Share first."
Do we have to ensure that we pass the ballot initiative first? Of course not.
In fact, we substantially strengthen the "no, really, it's for education" argument if #FBRC has already been passed.
We already made the deal.
Uh...that's not a thing.
You've got S.2525, or you've got nothing. This is an up or down, support or not, decision.
"But the bill changed!"
It implements the #FBRC recommendations.
That’s what it’s always done.
Uh, if you actually worried about that you’d never pass a thing.
Every year, there’s an agreement made on implementation that year.
Surely you can “bind future legislatures” to a MEETING?
Leadership not only determines outcomes...
Sure that’s the principle you want to stand on?
Get them to sign the letter.
Let’s get this voted through the House.