Abuse of public trust by an educator
Last updated 2/19/2020 at 3:02pm
They tell you not to "marry a bill" but to "carry a bill." Makes perfect sense given the number of things that can derail a perfectly good bill. Furthermore, it seems there are always people that are more than happy to point out why it is not a perfectly good bill.
That said, I had a perfectly well-intentioned bill killed this past week – no shock since it was assigned to the "kill" committee. In all fairness it was a fairly complicated school transportation bill that really was not ready for prime time. It did, however, attract the attention of other legislators and educators and we...