Monthly Archives: June 2007

Gourmet Beer Bill Wins the Shroud Award

For the “deadest” bill of the session. Considering every bill that doesn’t become law is just as dead as every other bill of the same fate, this apparently is just a way for the House of Representatives to have some fun on the last day of the session. I’m actually honored, because it is obvious [...]

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Behind The Scenes

Just a note to assure everyone that a lot is going on behind the scenes right now. A meeting or two has already taken place, and more are being scheduled. We are trying to work out a plan for success if a Special Session is called for later this summer, something a lot people are [...]

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Wow. Just… wow.

I don’t have the official numbers. I heard a couple of different reports from different people before I left at midnight, but the total number of people at the Magic City Brewfest yesterday was somewhere near 5,000. It really blew away our expectations. I am so happy with how it went. It wasn’t without some [...]

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All Local Bills Dead

This post could be–and maybe should be–very long. Our local bills were killed by certain opposing forces yesterday. I know how and why, but any statements I make about the details must fit into our overarching long term strategy. In other words, I don’t want to go into great detail right now if there is [...]

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