On Tuesday, the Colorado Senate passed a resolution:
That we, the members of the Colorado General Assembly, agree to conduct ourselves at all times in a manner so as to reflect credit on the Colorado General Assembly and its two houses and to inspire the confidence, respect, and trust of the public in the laws, the Colorado General Assembly, and democratic government.
There was more to it, and you can read it here, but you get the idea.
You’d think a “no” vote by seven Republican Senators, including Senate Minority Leader Cadman, would catch the attention of the Capitol press corps.
What’s up with a no vote on a bipartisan civility resolution?
The No’s were: Scheffel, Baumgardner, Brophy, Cadman, Crowder, Grantham, and Lambert.
YES 28 NO 7 EXCUSED 0 ABSENT 0
Aguilar Y Guzman Y Kefalas Y Roberts Y Balmer Y Harvey Y
Kerr Y Scheffel N Baumgardner N Heath Y King Y Schwartz Y
Brophy N Hill Y Lambert N Steadman Y
Cadman N Hodge Y Lundberg Y Tochtrop Y
Carroll Y Hudak Y Marble Y Todd Y
Crowder N Jahn Y Newell Y Ulibarri Y
Giron Y Johnston Y Nicholson Y President Y
Grantham N Jones Y Renfroe Y