says Island Times editorial (Island Times, May 5, 2009)
Some of the legislation pending before the House of Delegates includes a bill to declare an open season on Kemedukl and Maml and one proposing that the basic government workday be between 6am and 6pm and it's up to the supervisors to teh decide the 8 hour schedule for his or her staff.
In the Senate there is a bill to allow 2-year vehicle regisrations and one to legalize Belochel hunting for a two month period at the end and the beginning of the year. None of them falls under the category of revenue generating measures all these folks promised they would prioritize during the campaign season...Collectively, how are these measures going to address our cash shortage problem? All these guys swore on the bible they would prioritize money making legislation but so far there has been a dire shortage of those.