Plain Talk: Democratic Leader Says This Legislative Session Has Been Less Partisan Than Those in the Past

Rep. Joshua Boschee is interviewed after his party's endorsement for Secretary of State at the ND Democratic convention in 2018. photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald

On this episode of the Plain Talk podcast, House Minority Leader Josh Boschee (R-Fargo) talks about the 2019 legislative session so far.

He says his Democratic caucus is very interested in the new revenue forecasts coming out this week. He also agreed with me in saying this session has been less partisan than those in the past, saying both he and his Republican counterparts have done a better job of controlling the “far right” and “far left” in the legislative chamber.

He also said “there’s a lot of trust going on” between legislative leadership and the governor’s office.

Also, why have we given victimhood so much currency in politics?

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