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In his “Monday’s numbers” column, Chris Fitzsimon looks at campaign contributions and presents some interesting findings.

Progressive Voices commentator Barlow Herget writes “A letter to the blue dogs” chastising them for their ‘nay’ votes on health care reform and posing the question “Who’s going to vote for you?”.

In his Weekly Briefing entitle “More recession medicine,” Rob Schofield make the case for additional state fiscal relief.

Chris Fitzsimon follows the tax modernization debate in his commentary “The last commission on tax reform.” Experts are recommending the state broaden its tax base.

2 Comments


  1. IBXer

    November 18, 2009 at 9:45 am

    “Who’s going to vote for you?”.

    It won’t be moderates if they change their vote to yea, that’s fo’ sho’.

  2. gregflynn

    November 18, 2009 at 10:36 am

    Perhaps the moderates who smoke and eat lard from a tub don’t care for health care reform but they’ll still expect free admission to Cardiothoracic Park.

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