Union vote focuses on absent lawmakers

By David Lieb, The Daily Statesman

In legislative lingo, it’s called “taking a walk.” A lawmaker walks out of the chamber — sometimes to a nearby office, sometimes to get out of town — and avoids taking a vote on a politically sticky issue.

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