The Republican-controlled Missouri House of Representatives used its session’s opening day Wednesday to tighten the dress code for female legislators, while leaving the men’s dress code alone.
The changes were spearheaded by state Rep. Ann Kelley (R), a co-sponsor who was among the Republicans seeking to require women to wear a blazer when in the chamber. She was met by swift opposition from Democrats who called it “ridiculous.”
No. Not bear arms. Bare arms. They a passed a dress code that would ban female legislators from wearing clothes that reveal their arms.
"The caucus that lost their minds over the suggestion that they should wear masks during a pandemic to respect the safety of others is now spending its time focusing on the fine details of what women have to wear (and specifically how many layers must cover their arms) to show respect in this chamber," Merideth tweeted.
You know who else makes laws like this? The sharia laws the GOP was warning everyone about."
Another Republican politician not doing anything to help her constituents:
"Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders Bans ‘Latinx’ From Use in State Government On her first day of office, Sanders signed an executive order banning the term "Latinx" from official use in the state government."