26 May 2022

Typical

Our good buddy, Chuck, refusing to let a crisis go to waste, is championing a bill that has nothing to do with what happened in Texas the other day, nor would it have prevented it in any way.

The good news is that it thwarted Rick Scott's almost as bad bill from hitting the floor.

Lurch is no good when it comes to school shootings and what to do about it.

While the bill he likes is apparently innocuous, when everything is either forbidden or mandatory such a clearinghouse of information becomes the tool making the forbidden/mandatory decision universally rather than situationally.

Neither side is respecting Federalism.

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