Daily Archives: May 6, 2007

Roger Clemens signs with the Yankees

Holy mackeral! At the end of the seventh-inning stretch, Yankees public address announcer Bob Sheppard told fans to turn their attention to the box, where Clemens was standing with a microphone. As the video scoreboard in right-center showed Clemens, the … Continue reading Continue reading

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Transportation roundup

Along with criminal justice issues, there’s still a lot of unsettled business regarding transportation bills, in particular the toll road moratorium, where HB1892 is headed for a veto and a likely override. Burka thinks that if this does happen, we’re … Continue reading Continue reading

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Bill roundup

There’s three weeks left in this session, and a whole mess of bills still working their way through the system. Some will make it, but many others will die. Grits takes a stab at sorting out the good and bad … Continue reading Continue reading

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Have I mentioned voting?

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The fifty-dollar scratch-off game

There are things in this life whose appeal completely eludes me. Things like broccoli. Kenny Chesney. Fifty-dollar lottery tickets. That’s the price of the state’s newest scratch-off game, dubbed $130 Million Spectacular, which goes on sale Monday and offers nearly … Continue reading Continue reading

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Two for CD10

In my post about Dan Grant’s entry into CD10 as a Democratic candidate, I mentioned that there was at least one other person that I knew of who was considering getting into that race. As BOR reports, that person is … Continue reading Continue reading

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