RMGO is announcing that they have found a loophole by which they can get our Red Flag law annulled. It seems that any law wending its way through the legislature must, if requested by a member, be read in its entirety on two separate occasions in each house in which the request was made, otherwise it doesn't count so to speak. RMGO claims this request was made in not one, but BOTH houses, and the bill was never read and is thus void.
The opposition claims the request was not correctly worded so the reading was not actually required. Who knows, they may be right. If not, then the law goes away for a bit. If it does, the first item on the agenda when the legislature re convenes will be a by-the-book passage of the bill that will closely resemble the knighting of Danny Kaye in the Court Jester. If we're lucky, the process will happen in the capitol building and not in the Dank Shaft hearing room of the Lost Superstition Mine Building between 12 AM and 6 AM on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
In any case I expect no opposition will be tolerated and the elapsed time to signature will be a new state record.
Of course if it distracts the legislature from other mischief, then good, but I doubt it will delay anything very much.