Public Input

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Heh, I just read that mere days before I went to the Jessica's Law rally in Olympia, the Democrat leader of the House said it would be "wrong" to being such a "massive bill" before the House "without public input."

First of all, she's lying. Last year she and her party pushed through a ton of new legislation -- having just won control of both houses, and holding a tenuous grip on the governor's seat -- that the public had no knowledge of, let alone feedback on, before it got passed (including a record number of "emergency" bills designed specifically to avoid the public's oversight).

Second of all, I don't recall seeing her, or any Democrat, at the rally, listening to our concerns, accepting our input.

Funny that.

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