There is a new law in Florida designed to reduce drug use and return respect and civility to schools. It was recently passed by the legislature and signed by the governor.
This solution to drug abuse took two years of work in getting it passed. According to a sponsor, who said that the moral decline started when state sponsored prayer in schools was outlawed , "Before we removed inspirational messages, the No. 1 problem was talking out of turn. Now, it's drug abuse."
So now student led "inspirational message" are going to fight drug abuse? How long will it take before the number on problem again is "talking out of turn"?
Of course, this is silly. It was (and will be) a lot of time spent on something that will achieve nothing at all, but will cause all kinds of hard feelings and conflict.
When we have people this stupid in the legislature, is there any hope for sensible policy being passed at all?
The great majority of people who contacted Governor Scott had urged him to veto the bill.