Though the current campaign-frenzy pushes other political happenings off the media map sometimes, lawmakers everywhere are still up, kicking, and proposing legislation. One of the latest bills just proposed in California is being called "The Donda West Law" and was inspired by the November death of Kanye West's mother after a cosmetic surgery procedure.
Proposed by California Assemblywoman Wilmer Amina Carter, the law would require patients to have medical clearance before undergoing elective cosmetic surgery. A source close to the family says that Kanye supports the legislation.
Not everyone, however, thinks this legislation is the answer to the problem — commentary is surfacing criticizing the need to legislate what some think should be governed by prudent common sense.
What do you think? Is the "Donda West Law" a prudent step or government run amuck?