Sunday, October 29, 2006

Under the wire

The Pennsylvania state legislature managed to get some business done on Friday, according to a Saturday report in the Inquirer, coming back from their recess to tie up some loose ends: They (1) passed lobbying reform legislation, which is now ready for Rendell's signature, and (2) acted on the casino bill (presumably undoing the clerical error of earlier in the week), including amendments that not only return zoning decisions to local authorities but even make Philly casinos obey the recently passed smoking ban.

Color my response to all of the above: Will wonders never cease!


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