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How about all emergency managers must report back to Minnesota from their unauthorized taxpayer paid rendezvous when an emergency occurs within the state. Let's not that happen again.
How about the novel idea of requiring all homes built on a flood plain to have flood insurance in the first place. The state requires that my health insurance cover things like cervical cancer.. which I will never get. How is this any different?
referring to climate change as "global warming," seeing as the whole GW concept has been debunct by none other than Newsweek.
Why not make it illegal to read maps as well?!? Because it takes about the same effort
There should also be a law that mortgage lenders not be greedy, speculative, and incompetent also.
Most intelligent people pull over to read a map.
I think it is great that they are restricting the number of passengers, but shouldn't the law read 10PM to 5AM. Shouldn't teens be home by midnight anyway or am I the only parent of a teen with a curfew these days.
Wow, yeah. In fact, let's shut down all media outlets and research centres except for Newsweek, since they are the ultimate source of truth.
It's crazy that there even needs to be a law about not texting while you are driving. It's called COMMON SENSE...anyone...hello?
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