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fol·low-up or fol·low·up (fl-p)
n.1. The act or an instance of following up, as to further an end or review new developments: The follow-up is often as important as the initial contact in gaining new clients. The social worker's emphasis on followup reassured her clients.2. One that follows so as to further an end or increase effectiveness: The software was a successful follow-up to the original product.3. An article or a report giving further information on a previously reported item of news.adj.Intended to follow up, as to reinforce or evaluate previous action: a followup examination after the surgery.
When THIS is all over the internet:
Why would you allow Robin Vos the ability to drone on and on without asking him about this? A simple, why would they offer an amendment Mr. Speaker when you went to a closed door meeting and told them they had no chance to get any amendments passed? Isn't it a tad bit hypocritical to complain about no amendments offered when you let them know it would be a wasted effort?
Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca, D-Kenosha, said the “no amendment” decision was made after Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, made it clear that none of the Democrats’ proposed changes would fly. (Rep. Brett Hulsey, D-Madison, offered a series of amendments on his own, but all were shot down.)
“When the speaker came to our closed caucus (Tuesday), he made a very strong statement there would be no amendments accepted,” Barca said. “That sealed the deal for us.”
See for yourself:
Michael Hastings is rolling over in his grave!