5 January 2008
There's no place like Nome
An Alaskan legislator has prefiled a bill to move the state capital from Juneau to Anchorage. Rep. Kevin Meyer (R-Anchorage, what a shock) says that contact with the legislature is difficult for most Alaskans because there are no roads to Juneau you can only reach the city by air or by boat and that that the expense of traveling to the capital is considerable.
I recognize, though, that isolation of a legislature has its consequences, and therefore I suggest that someone introduce a bill to move the Oklahoma capital to Guymon. Or even Juneau, if there's room.Posted at 12:30 PM to Political Science Fiction