Yea, they want to know really bad.
That's why there was no question and answer period.
When questions were asked by individuals to the reps on a one on one basis, the standard answer was "We don't know".
If they can't give answers, they need to send someone that can.
Frankly it doesn't do any good to have these types of meetings where the standard answer is "i don't know".
Of course, this is a state endeavor. Like most other issues, the state can't or won't give out solid answers.
Maybe next time they hold a meeting, they could use a Ouija board.
Maybe a Psychic with tea leaves would do.
Wait, I've got it.
Honey, where did I put the magic 8 ball?
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