Thursday, January 25, 2007

On the State Beat

A Senate Committee is looking into a clean cars initiative. This is an important bill, the earth needs it, especially the Chesapeake Bay. Meanwhile, the Board of Public Works awarded $200,000 in legal fees to someone who was "investigated" by the Erlich Administration. Will Maryland follow the lead of the Big Apple and ban trans fats?

Meanwhile all of us who were disappointed by the failure to enact a verified voting law during the last legislative session might get our wish after all. Senate Majority Leader Kasemeyer is introducing a verifible ballot bill!

Sometimes good things come to those who wait.

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