Plumbing the legislative depths | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Plumbing the legislative depths

Posted By on Tue, Jan 16, 2007 at 10:14 AM

Delphi, whose People's Tribune blog I'd dearly love to add to our community blogging family, is on fire with legislative info. At the top of his blog currently are a couple of sharp items. One examines the rest of the story on biofuel legislation, a flavor of the day that might not be so noble as some suppose. The other spotlights the truly execrable record of Rep. Mike Kenney of Siloam Springs, a probable Walton stooge (there's nothing else in his record to justify it) unbelievably awarded chairmanship of the House Education Committee. Keep scrolling. He also questions the amount of goodies Speaker Petrus passed out to Republicans after they got thrashed in the 2006 elections.

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