The legislative printing office, across the street from the Capitol, is still in business. Clerks envision eventually changing the office to an on-demand shop, instead of automatically printing paper copies of legislative documents. Those decisions would have to be made in the future, though."You might see less paper. But we'll still have paper next year and the year after that," Mauer assured lawmakers.
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