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70% cancelled?

There is a silver lining to every dark Covid cloud it appears:

https://www.thecentersquare.com/illinois/illinois-legislature-canceled-around-70-percent-of-scheduled-days-in-2020/article_7cf5fd16-49f7-11eb-ab29-6f624d15249b.html

 

Maybe we can go for 100% cancellation and let the courts catch up to our misguided anti-Constitution statehouse occupants?

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Wonder what it would cost to get to 100 percent ? ? ?

 

Let’s see, 70% cost us things like:

The ability to dine out at our leisure

The ability to come and go as we please

Any semblance of timeliness in processing FOID/CCL

Many, many small businesses across the state

A c-ton of additional public debt

And many many many other things

 

I certainly don’t wanna know what 100% would cost.....

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Personally I think the legislature should be limited to no more than 15 days per year, and get paid a stipend not to exceed minimum wage. They should be required to work a normal job the rest of the year.

Can you imagine what minimum wage would be if that were the case?? Not disagreeing, just saying...

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They should be paid commission only, when they actually do something. Not the commissions that we never hear about.

 

Do that and they would create 1000s of bills to change a period into a new period and pass them by the 100s to claim how accomplished they were that session at passing bills. And sadly a vast majority of the public would remain clueless that they were doing that just like they remain clueless they don't do anything 90% of the time.

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They should be paid commission only, when they actually do something. Not the commissions that we never hear about.

 

Do that and they would create 1000s of bills to change a period into a new period and pass them by the 100s to claim how accomplished they were that session at passing bills. And sadly a vast majority of the public would remain clueless that they were doing that just like they remain clueless they don't do anything 90% of the time.

 

Thats just silly. Illinois pol's would never create a law to strictly benefit themselves.

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