"They knew they could not get the whole package, could not get it through, because it's idiotic," Hansen said.
But when it comes to getting carded at places like bars and restaurants, a couple of weeks ago, Jens had a prediction, when he said on May 5:
"I think they're sitting us up like little ducks, and they're going to shoot us one at a time."
And it turns out, on Tuesday, Assembly member Dick Traini, who wrote the original universal ID ordinance, said he does want to include at least bars in the future.
"What I'm hearing form the public is, they're comfortable with package stores, my Assembly colleagues are comfortable with package stores so lets see if the package store one works and next year I'll bring it to the public on bars," Traini said.
Hearing that, Jens was not amused, particularly because he says the law won't be effective.
"People who have a red stripe, they don't use a drivers license as an identification, I mean they're not all stupid," Hansen said.
"You know, people can get around any law," said Traini. "Realistically we're going to keep the honest people honest. But if somebody is not honest by nature, they'll figure out a way. They can brew their own if they really want to."
But Jens will have to wait and see if another version of the idea ends up on the ballot next year.