Today's action items are to continue with Monday's unresolved items.
We're hearing hints that the House vote may be after Easter recess, the week of April 4th. If that's true, how should we fill the time?
The main ideas I have on my list and have not implemented are:
Other loose ends: I know of interest in South Dakota to put together a delegation to visit Stephanie Herseth, but they need more people. Contact me if you'd like to be put in touch.
There is also an effort to visit reps in Illinois to certain representatives to unsponsor.
Here in Oregon, Wu and Hooley both deserve a visit.
Keep checking out BizzyBlog, which has some great coverage about the effects of this bill, including a rebuttal to Todd Zywicki's recent defense of the bill.
Some posts not about bankruptcy will probably show up here and there, as this blog was originally formed to be about "Politics and Technology in the United States".
Posted by tunesmith at March 15, 2005 01:33 AM
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