"It's so tainted now, it needs to go away. Did I make a vote that I regret? Yeah; that happens."
-- Kansas Rep. Scott Schwab, (R., Olathe), speaking with the Associated Press regarding House Bill 2453, which he supported -- the anti-gay marriage bill approved by the state House last week that died in the Senate after the Senate Judiciary Committee announced that it wouldn't be reviewing the bill. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Jeff King, an Independence Republican, declared the bill dead, stating "We're not working House Bill 2453" on Tuesday.