Following the recent success and public support of Governor Gary Herbert’s decision to outsource the office of Utah Attorney General to an Idaho lawyer, the state of Utah has decided to outsource its legislature as well.
Elected members of Utah’s House of Representatives and Senate will retain their titles and salaries, but all functions of law making will be handled by a call center in Bangalore.
Proponents of the move say that outsourcing the legislature to India will improve responsiveness while giving legislators the time they need to work out marital issues and buy land underneath the prison.
Rep. Rebecca D. Lockhart, Republican representative from Utah’s 64th district and current Speaker of the House, noted that outsourcing her responsibilities will free her to better help Utahans by giving her the time to start a cooking blog, and hopefully get really big on Pintrest.
“All I have to do is…
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