I got a little heated this morning on KWOS talking about veto session – and why we’re here. It’s always tough to follow Leonard Steinman, but it was a good time as always. Today in the House, we’ll be taking up one or two bills in veto session. Without doubt, we will be taking up the religious liberties bill to attempt to override the Governor’s veto. I believe the bill will get 112 votes and we will override. My explanation and thoughts on that bill can be found here. It is still unknown whether there are enough votes to override Governor Nixon’s purely politically motivated veto of the tax fairness bill.