Stemler now can be defined by an inability to participate in a measure he once deigned to co-author. Would he have opted for neutrality in WWII? Is his brain hurting?
At any rate, the House has spoken, sending HJR-3 to the Senate, where we now have the great pleasure of watching Silent Ron squirm. Yesterday, every "yes" vote was a Republican.
Indiana House passes HJR-3 with changes, sends measure to Senate (Dan Spehler at Fox59)
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—The Indiana House passed the amended version of HJR-3 Tuesday afternoon.
The bill passed the full house by a vote of 57-40. The measure will now be sent to the Senate.
On Monday, lawmakers dropped HJR3′s controversial 2nd sentence.