As an informed citizen, you're no doubt aware that the recent season finale of The Bachelor was something of a disaster and low point for humanity. The majority of the episode was a drawn-out breakup, unedited and in split-screen, as Arie Luyendyk Jr., the titular bachelor, explained to his fiance of six weeks, Becca Kufrin, that he'd changed his mind and would be leaving her for Lauren Burnham, the woman he'd previously named runner-up.
A lot of people thought the whole vibe was voyeuristic and manipulative (which, yes, sounds like reality TV, but this was extreme even by those standards). Then, during the special "After the Final Rose" episode, Arie proposed to Lauren with Becca there. It wasn't a great look.
In light of this, Earth is really really mad at former-bachelor Arie Luyendyk Jr. How mad exactly? Well, a Minnesota Representative is drafting a bill to ban Arie from Minnesota, Becca's home-state.