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The first week of the 2012 session is in the books. I want you to know that I will continue to work toward the principles for which I was elected; we called it smaller, smarter government.

This picture shows how House Republicans alongside the Governor have done that. The two volumes on the left are the bills passed when Democrats had control of the House. The small volume on the right contains the bills Republicans passed last year. We are working hard to keep government limited and efficient. You can help by offering solutions, go to: Government Efficiency.

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