Can't say I agree totally with this Indianapolis Star editorial:
Gone are the days when Indiana legislators could afford to think of the every-other-year short session as a chance merely to tweak past decisions.
Given the state's multiple challenges, lawmakers need a boldness and sense of urgency that usually are missing from nonbudget-writing sessions.
Actually, I think it would be thoughtul of the General Assembly's lawmakers to give Hoosiers a break this year. Just have some coffee, read the papers, visit with friends, then go home, having done not a single thing. Nobody I know has complained that Indiana has too few laws.