It’s May 1, legislative session is coming to a close, and summer is around the corner. This should mean a politically slow, non-election-year summer break ahead. Not so fast.
Not too long ago, a non-election-year summer meant a healthy break from the intense political rhetoric. But not in our modern, politically obsessed world. We already have nearly two dozen candidates for president, and guess what? The first debates start soon. Fundraising will also intensify. The Mueller report fallout will continue.
Advice: Head to the beach or the mountains this summer, keep your phone and TV off.