Momentum has stalled when it comes to removing potentially controversial flags from government buildings.
Perhaps it was a matter of time.
SB 1120, a bill by Republican Sen. Jonathan Martin, failed to advance through the Governmental Oversight and Accountability committee because he had to get to another committee and asked the bill be temporarily postponed in the middle of overwhelming public opposition to his piece of legislation.
Martin’s measure holds that a “governmental entity may not erect or display a flag that represents a political viewpoint, including, but not limited to, a politically partisan, racial, sexual orientation and gender, or political ideology viewpoint. The government...