Want to know what happens in a state when the populace votes only for one political party? There are no checks and balances.
The governor is caught up in an interstate highway bidding mess that costs the taxpayers $13 million. At the same time, he's working to have federal lands turned over to the state. Of course, there is no plan for how the state will manage the lands or pay to replace the federal employees who manage these properties.
The lieutenant governor meddles in a child abuse case, causing wasted energy and time on Capitol Hill.