The Public Service Commission is asking the state Senate to restore one of the positions the House cut in the state rail inspection program.
The budget request calls for two full time employee. The House cut it to one.
"One of them is considered temporary, the other is full time," said Commissioner Julie Fedorchak. "The temporary employee is working full time. We invested in his training and his certification, and he's highly qualified to act independently as a rail inspector."
Fedorchak said he's doing some important things, including mechanical inspection.