“Senator Leahy understands the President’s decision not to sign the Interstate Recognition of Notarizations Act, and he supports that decision,” said a Leahy spokeswoman in a statement. “When Congress passed the legislation, no concerns or objections had been expressed. Now that concerns have been raised, Congress should reexamine whether this bill might have an unintended impact on foreclosures in the future. We certainly do not believe that is what Representative Aderholt and the other cosponsors of the legislation intended.”
You’ll have that when you rush a bill through on voice votes, no discussion, no public airing, and no public debate. People tend to usually only complain about the bills they are aware of, you know?