Your West Virginia legislature at work
Solutions in search of a problem
Getting rid of adult video stores:
Another gem has dropped.#wvpol pic.twitter.com/r0jNP6SrNp— Logan (@theloganspeaks) January 23, 2023
Are there any adult video stores/arcades left in West Virginia? If there are, won’t Senator Capito’s initiative to bring broadband to everyone solve the problem?
Solutions causing more problems for public education
Funding public education
CC: West Virginia https://t.co/UVOUvlfth4— Sean O'Leary (@OLearySW) January 25, 2023
(Closing public schools? For some WV legislators, that may be part of the plan.)
On House Education at 2pm tomorrow, allowing certain teachers (K-12) to concealed carry guns at school. https://t.co/Jfo8vOtgL6— Kyle Vass (@WilliamKyleVass) January 25, 2023
Typically, police unions show up to speak out against this sort of designating/arming of pseudo-cops. But, they seem to be quiet this year! pic.twitter.com/mfxWA4kUFQ
Pitching the First Amendment
Happening now, Senate Education SB251 -- requiring schools to prominently display "In God We Trust" in all public schools (kindergarten to university).— Kyle Vass (@WilliamKyleVass) January 24, 2023
Sen. Azinger (R-Wood) says this would help with polarization in the country and bring unity to the nation.
Obviously, not all bills become law and it is tempting to suggest that some of the crazier bills won't make it to the governor's desk. Given the makeup of this year’s legislature, however, I think it has become increasingly difficult to predict which ones won’t.