- The Inquirer continues to track individual PA legislators who decide not to take the new pay-raise, especially those who are changing their minds in response to public griping. Most interesting to me here is that a group is planning to introduce a bill to repeal the raise, and they claim 23 co-sponsors. Won't go anywhere, but a good sign that the Assembly is feeling the chilly constituent winds -- perhaps they'll pass some conscience bills this fall...
- For late-comers or those who can never get enough outrage, the Inquirer now offers a standing list of all their articles and columns on the subject, tied to the final vote talley. (I don't know if the URL will change will additional updates.)
Enough griping -- let's start working on changing things, both for more just economic outcomes (minimum wage, anyone?) and more transparent government processes. Sign the Neighborhood Networks petition
, pass one around at your office. Onward, ho!