February 27, 2016
I guess the legislature felt qualified to censure the professor’s bad behavior (see “Law School 101”) because it finally installed an oversight program to stop legislators from sexually harassing interns—but not before at least three interns brought charges.
But behaving well seems to be putting an intolerable strain upon their good-decision-making abilities.
The Missouri Senate gutted a bill that would have made lawmakers wait a year after they left office before they became paid lobbyists. Now the legislators just have to finish out their terms before they can accept money to lobby for certain ideas or businesses.