Skelton: Capitol lacks compromise and camaraderie
In Monday's column, George Skelton says it's another sign that bipartisan compromise is becoming further out of reach.
"Democratic and Republican legislators just don’t hang as they used to," he writes.
Former Assemblyman Jim Brulte (R-Rancho Cucamonga), who's being recruited to take over the Republican Party, said conservative lawmakers need to focus on "serious proposals."
“A good idea is a good idea regardless of how many Republicans are supporting it. If it’s really a good idea, the Democrats will steal it and put their name on it. But the Republicans’ goal should be to get good public policy enacted.”
All of Skelton's columns are here.