(RNN) - When people think of places known for great Hip-Hop, nowhere is thought of much less than Utah. This won't help.
Our representatives have taken the time to explain how a law is made...with a surprise twist. Give it a listen and share so all your friends can know how laws are made! #utpol @GHughes51 @BradWilsonGOP @kimfcoleman @NormThurston @mikemckellutah @RepJimDunnigan @JohnKnotwellUT pic.twitter.com/KqaUSqOKtC— Utah House of Reps (@UtahReps) February 28, 2018
"Our representatives have taken the time to explain how a law is made...with a surprise twist," tweeted the Utah House of Representatives on its official account. "Give it a listen and share so all your friends can know how laws are made!"
Titled "Fresh Prints of Bills Here," the lawmakers rap to the theme song from - you guessed it - "MASH."
No, it's "Fresh Prince of Bel Air." But would it have made a difference?
With lyrical skills that manage to rhyme "there" with "cham-BER," House Speaker Greg Hughes, Rep. Kim Coleman and the rest of the crew take people through the legislative process.
Maybe the video is an attempt to get people interested. Maybe it's meant as a replacement for all the journalists they tried to block from the House floor this week.
Either way, it looks like they had fun. And Twitter had fun making fun.
brb labeling this as a public health hazard pic.twitter.com/ndbwVOy4Cg— Salt Lake Health (@saltlakehealth) February 28, 2018
I'm guessing that part where lobbyist actual write most of the bill, and then make campaign donations to those that sponsor and vote for their bill, is included in the extended version?— JohnnyUtah (@theJohnnyUte) February 28, 2018
Shockingly, their use of Comic Sans is the least painful thing in this video...— Craig Beilinson (@cbeilinson) March 1, 2018
The real Fresh Prince, Will Smith, hasn't weighed in yet. He could still be dealing with all those Georgia bugs (bleeped profanity).
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