Two eastern Iowa legislators say the state’s facing more huge financial troubles just down the road, despite this week’s special session that saw the slashing of 435-million dollars from the budget. Senator Sheldon Rittmer, a republican from DeWitt, says disaster is looming.Representative Clyde Bradley, a republican from Clinton, says democrat Governor Tom Vilsack got and followed some bad advice on the budget-balancing issue. He says they haven’t had any information from the governor on what he proposes doing. Bradley says Vilsack has decided to ride the fence instead of leading. The lawmakers made their comments during taping of a Clinton radio station’s legislative program.
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