03/04/19 -- HCR 18 -- Urges public schools to institute JROTC in their schools
I do not generally feel that resolutions do much practical good. Most of the time, they are just ignored. That said, they can have practical value, either to make a statement on behalf of the House, or to provide guidance or advice to other government entities. Resolutions do not cost the taxpayers any money, and are typically debated for only a short time on the House floor. As a result, out of courtesy to the sponsor, it is my policy to generally vote yes on such measures unless special circumstances apply or I strongly disagree with the content. Accordingly, I voted yes on this resolution.
It passed, unsurprisingly.