Analysis of executive recommendations and House changes to Sub. H.B. 171.

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See the Legislative Service Commission's Budget in Detail spreadsheet and Comparison Document for H.B. 95 for an analysis of such provisions. Further, the analysis was prepared before the report of the House Finance & Appropriations Committee appeared in the House Journal.

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