Rep. Ross Hunter, left, D-Medina, holds a T-shirt June 30 in the wings of the Senate chamber with the image of the Senate Ways and Means committee mascot, the “Balloonicor” character from the “Team Fortress 2” video game.
Rep. Ross Hunter, left, D-Medina, holds a T-shirt June 30 in the wings of the Senate chamber with the image of the Senate Ways and Means committee mascot, the “Balloonicor” character from the “Team Fortress 2” video game. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press
Rep. Ross Hunter, left, D-Medina, holds a T-shirt June 30 in the wings of the Senate chamber with the image of the Senate Ways and Means committee mascot, the “Balloonicor” character from the “Team Fortress 2” video game. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press

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