Stealing bills and amendments is a long and honorable legislative tradition

KOPEL: ‘Rustling’ can be beneficial Recent news stories have centered on claims by state Republican legislators that, during the recently adjourned session, Democrats stole their bills or amendments and took credit for them. That usually happens when one political party controls both the House and Senate. In the past, legislators called this practice “rustling.” “Rustling” […]

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