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Topic - Jeanne Kohl-Welles
Politicians often have too much time on their hands. In the state of Washington, state Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles, a Democrat, spent many hours poring through the law books searching for words and phrases that offend currently fashionable feminist sensibilities.
Mrs. Kohl-Welles laments all the effort she put into combing through the law, and more effort will be required to revise the books the lawyers and judges rely on to harass the rest of us.