State Sen. Glenn Grothman is preparing a bill that would allow the state to set the city's snow removal standards.
Those of us who listen to the radio on our way into work were treated to abuse from this guy from a place best known for churning out crappy toasters. He has some valid points and, as Madison is the seat of state government and the university, it makes some sense that the state would have some authority in clearing the streets after a large snow. After all, the state shuts down if people can't get to work in Madison.
But the guy can't help himself from insulting everyone in sight. Apparently, he thinks you can't set policy without firing off blast after blast at the "Jenifer Street crowd" and how everyone in Madison "walks to work at the co-op" and "hates cars."