Rep. Rebecca Kubacki apparently likes to hold us accountable for crimes that others have committed. Isn’t that nice?
Instead of looking for ways to punish those people who abuse and misuse certain over-the-counter cold medicines, Rep. Kubacki would rather hold you accountable by limiting your freedom to go to the store and purchase an over-the-counter cold medicine of your own choosing. She also seems to think it would be just fine for you to pay a whole lot more for that bottle of Benadryl!
Her response to the issue of illegal alien students in our state is similar. In the past, Indiana did not uphold federal law which, even now, forbids giving in-state tuition to illegal alien students.
A 2011 state law forced Indiana to uphold federal law in this regard. Rep. Kubacki voted for that law. However, in 2013, she voted to give in-state tuition to illegal alien students, saying we cannot hold these students accountable for their parents’ actions. That’s just mean, she said! Instead, she wants to hold everyone else accountable for the actions of the parents of the illegal alien students. That is somehow more fair and less mean?
It would be nice if Rep. Kubacki stopped voting to punish all her constituents rather than those who are breaking laws! Perhaps it’s time for her to find another line of work. Curt Nisly can help her with that.