Governor Huckabee is blasting the legislatures decision to recess the education session for a second time today instead of adjourning. Huckabee says the move shows lawmakers really arent confident in the work they accomplished during the extended special session. He also believes the decision to recess goes against the state constitution. That document does not provide for a full-time legislature. Huckabee says this second recess pushes precedent in that direction with lawmakers calling themselves back to the capitol. Speaker of the House Herschel Cleveland says recessing with a purpose is well within the legislatures constitutional rights. He also denies claims by the governor that there was a specific agreement made behind closed doors to adjourn today. Lawmakers will come back to the capitol and take action only if there are issues they need to fix with enacted reforms. Huckabee says if new business is taken up after June 9th, he would look into legal action about constitutional violations.