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In this year’s battle, the House has given itself a little edge: It has a project favored by Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey hostage.
The House moved Friday to delay a vote creating an ATV park on Johnson County’s Doe Mountain until this week. Ramsey has been the legislature’s most visible champion of the project, taking Gov. Bill Haslam 4-wheelin’ there back in December  and ensuring that funding for the project was included in next year’s budget.
The House took Doe Mountain hostage right after the Senate proposed de-funding $20 million worth of projects during a budget tiff over earmark spending. The two chambers seemed to resolve that dispute in conference committee late Friday , but the House isn’t likely to release Doe Mountain until leaders are certain the Senate won’t cut out while some of its favored legislation is still on the table.