... but there was one statement that we were trying to put into the minority report. One single line! And, in the report approved by the committee, it was nothing more than a line. They had to reconvene once more to turn that into a line.
The report originally stated that they would not publish what we wanted because they would not agree with it; they would not agree with our view. Therefore, they censored it. What was the view? The view was, and I am reading from what I submitted to the hon Burgess. Shame on you, hon Burgess! I submitted that the committee should have considered the problems of the constitutionality of the Bill identified in the opinion of Adv Anton Katz. [Interjections.]