By Phil Kabler, Charleston Gazette-Mail
Legislating shouldn’t be this hard.
In the textbook version, one identifies a problem, comes up with a series of possible solutions to the problem, and determines which solution has the best chance of gaining consensus among members.
Legislating shouldn’t require stealth, sleight-of-hand, intimidation, deception, arm-twisting and manipulation.
Still, you’ve got to hand it to House Speaker Roger Hanshaw...