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There is crying in lawmaking

As Your Humble Blogger settles in to West Hartford with the intention of (gasp) staying, local politics looks more interesting. Our state is discussing gay marriage, and I happen to live in the next district over from the only State Senator who is in a civil union at the moment. Beth Bye's emotional testimony is (in my arrogant opinion) worth watching, not as a great moment in lawmaking, but as a reminder that legislators are people, who live under the laws they make.

Tolerabimus quod tolerare debemus,
-Vardibidian.