Politicians can be pretty fickle, but they strangely get on board for deer population control after getting in car accidents.
Representative Anthony Brown (R) from Kansas voted 'no' Tuesday on a bill to create a new crossbow hunting season in Kansas.
The following day, when he returned to finalize the bill, but changed his vote to a "yes", after colliding his pick up truck with a big doe the previous evening. According to Brown, the doe did "substantial" damage to his truck. The bill passed 101-22 on Wednesday and will now move to the Senate for approval. -Robert Frawley
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