From the article ‘New records law earns “Black Hole” award, derision’ found at http://tinyurl.com/4qmybrh
“Quite frankly, I came down on the side of opposing the bill and opposing the concept as a whole. That’s simply it. I had a change of heart,” Wimmer said, adding that he didn’t fully examine the bill before initially voting for it.
WIDTS: Didn’t fully examine the bill before voting? An allegedly professional lawmaker didn’t read the bill in it’s entirety? And as a public, we wonder why we get such crappy laws.
And then this
He said he was not pressured into his original vote, unlike Rep. Kraig Powell, R-Heber City, who apologized this week for his “yes” vote, saying he feared retaliation from House leadership.
WIDTS: Politics is such a dirty game, isn’t it? I’m ashamed to call this my home state.
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- Ask, and Ye Shall Receive… (bigskyken.wordpress.com)