Steel(ers) Wheels Revisited

Nearly two years ago, I wrote about Matthew Zimmerman, a young Old Order Mennonite, who was embroiled in a fracas with Mitchell County up in northern Iowa when he was pulled over by the sheriff for driving his family tractor on a county road. He wasn’t drinking or speeding. It was the wheels.  Mitchell County passed…

“Fill-in-the-blank” bill

It’s admirable when a bill is created, go through the channels, passed, and signed into law.  The intent of passing a bill to prevent a tragedy, fix a problem, or create a new idea that could benefit the citizens.   With that said, naming a bill after a someone is not the best way to honor…