Parliamentary process can be tedious. That's why Colorado lawmakers have to find ways to keep everyday proceedings at the capitol interesting. Take Denver Rep. Daniel Kagan's performance on March 11. Not satisfied to simply introduce a standard motion to skip the reading of the previous day's journal, Kagan broke out into an impressive poetry reading. The General Assembly couldn't contain its uproarious laughter at times as Kagan--a native of England--incorporated Colorado House politics into his sprawling verse.
Check it out for yourself and see whether Kagan's got talent: