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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Matt Decample
"We're still waiting to see a proposal on public school employee health insurance," spokesman Matt DeCample said.
"You don't want to call a special session unless you're sure that you can get it done in three days and that the required votes are already there to pass something," Beebe's spokesman Matt DeCample said. "Because otherwise it can stretch on and cost the taxpayers a lot of money."