From his State of the State address, minutes ago…
"And in terms of efficiencies, we’re not finished yet.
For years, state government has been creating boards and commissions for this centennial or that special interest.
"Some do good work, while others don’t do much of anything. Nobody paid much attention to them, and they just kept growing and growing until they turned into bureaucratic kudzu.
"In an effort to root out government waste and inefficiency, I have already eliminated 13 of these boards and 227 positions.
“And I call on the legislature to haul out the brush hog, and get rid of 18 more boards and 246 more positions.”
Let’s see what the governor thinks of the new “Help Me Close My Sale Board” that the real estate salesmen are about to present.