A skirmish is unfolding in the final days of the state legislative session.
It's over an effort to change who approves state grants for economic development projects, so often touted by lawmakers.
Opponents call it a legislative power grab.
Senate Republicans have voted to put economic development spending in the hands of a little-known state authority with an abysmal record on transparency.
But, Democratic Senate Minority Leader Jay Costa says the governor’s office should maintain control of which projects get funding.