Okay then, Dwayne. Come on back sometime. We'll let you park here and you can go to a couple of games.
An eighth-grader in civics class knows that a bill cannot become law unless the identical bill passes the House and Senate and is signed by the president.
This is Constitutional Law 101. The same bill must pass the House and the Senate and then be signed by the president. Case over.
We're putting together possibly a preliminary injunction to ask the judge to enjoin the effective date of the law. And we're studying that right now. I've had four inquiries from other states about joining this suit or filing a separate lawsuit in coordinating efforts.