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Madison County senator talks about fight to save rocket, other issues

State Senator Tom Butler is currently serving his fourth term representing parts of Madison and Limestone counties.

He was instrumental in helping bring an $85 million U.S. 72 widening project to his district, which is expected to get underway in the next couple of years. Prior to being elected to the Senate, he served in the Alabama House from 1982 to 2010.

Butler is a retired pharmacist. He recently participated in a question-and-answer session with the Lede.

What is your assessment of this year’s Legislative session?

I think we had a good session. Everybody worked hard. I think it was fairly productive. One of the main things I look at are the budgets. We had two great budgets with the Education Trust Fund and the General Fund. Both were in good, stable condition. That’s our main job for the state every year.

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