FEARING LOSS OF POWER, REPUBLICANS PLAN NOVEMBER SESSION FOR SHENANIGANS: "We want to have the option of coming back – assuming that these constitutional amendments pass – if we need to adopt legislation along those lines, to consider that, plus as well as things that may come up between now and then," said Moore, R-Cleveland. "So we have a date to reconvene. Who knows if we’ll do anything at that period of time?" Moore mused, "but the consensus was to go ahead and put that date on there and then we’ll come back at that point." Asked the same question, Rep. Robert Reives, D-Chatham, was more pointed. "I think what is clear is this: There seems to be a belief that there may be some change in the election in November, and they want to have an opportunity in November to push through legislation that there’ll be no way on earth they'll get pushed through in January 2019," Reives said.