“This is one of those weird confluence of events, where I actually agree with the governor,” said Nisly on Thursday afternoon. “I think the bill is unconstitutional…The leadership decides when we come in and what we can talk about, what we can discuss. It sounds like a special session, and that’s the governor’s job, not the legislature’s job.”

Nisly panned HB 1123.

“This was the bill that was supposed to rein in the governor, that’s what it was supposed to do, and it didn’t do any reining at all,” he said.

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