Bosma: Dems Return a Charade, Redistrict Dem Strongholds

Bosma says, ‘”yes, there were compromises”, but, the public collective bargaining bill is "very much alive and well."

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Photo: Dan Goldblatt (WFIU News)

Bosma says the Democrats only victory was won weeks ago, and he hopes to redistrict the state to eliminate Democrat "enclaves".

House Speaker Brian Bosma (R) is sounding off less than 24 hours after house democrats returned to the floor. Bosma said the Democrats are embellishing their “victories” from the five week exile.

Bosma said, ‘”yes, there were compromises”, but, the public collective bargaining bill is “very much alive and well.”

Bosma did say right-to-work is officially dead and senate leaders had agreed to that awhile ago. Bosma also called the Democrats march into the State House Monday afternoon a “charade” perpetuated by union members who‘ve been fighting various labor bill changes.

Bosma said he hopes proposed redistricting changes will put an end to what he calls an “enclave” of democrats controlling certain parts of the state.

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