Wayne Hoffman of Idaho Freedom Foundation sees nothing wrong with the Idaho Legislature trying to resurrect modified version of voter-rejected Luna Laws:
In November, Idaho voters rejected education reforms passed by our Legislature in 2011. That’s in keeping with our system of government that allows voters to approve or reject legislation placed before them. I see nothing particularly startling or wrong with the idea that the Legislature would continue to discuss the topic of education reform. I don’t recall voters admonishing lawmakers from ever talking about education again. Nor did they say the Legislature should take a respite from the topic. Taxpayers spend $1.2 billion a year on public schools; the Legislature would be remiss to discontinue discussion about how that money is spent and whether the public policies surrounding public education were correct or in need of alteration. I also think the Legislature is going about the issue the right way. Rather than tackle the issues that were the subject of countless TV and radio ads, the Legislature is looking at those questions that never rose to a level of public discourse. More here.
Question: Do you think Wayne would be singing the same tune if voters had rejected the health insurance exchange in November, only to see key GOP legislators trying to bring back a modified version?