The Alabama Legislature begins the second half of its 2013 session Tuesday.
Gov. Robert Bentley says his priority for the second half is passing balanced budgets. The former House representative says that's the legislature's only constitutional duty.
A House committee is scheduled to begin work on the education budget. The Senate has already approved the general fund budget and sent it to a House committee.
Bentley says his other priorities include bills restructuring the state Medicaid program and providing new legal protection to the airbus plant being built in Mobile.
Bentley says placing limits on lawsuits against large planes built in Alabama is crucial to attracting more suppliers.
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