It's not logistically possible to push a resolution through without consuming the state's time and resources...no matter how much a lawmaker swears up and down that he "didn't cost the state a dime". To be fair, that opening and closing verbiage is standard resolution format (not crafted by Lundberg's staff or PR firm). But even those fill-in-the-blank documents require a complex engrossing and enrolling process and are read aloud at least 4 times by proofreaders before formally handing that nifty parchment to the honoree on the floor. As far as I remember from my Capitol days, these channels can't be bypassed. You can't be a do-it-yourselfer on the Hill.
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