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Sunday, May 07, 2006 

Replacing Sabo

Maybe covering for the GOP is why 5th CD delegates didn't choose to continue Martin Sabo's legacy. Don't get me wrong, on the whole Sabo has done a fine job, but why would he of all people have stabbed real lobbying reform in the back? Does anyone know the reason for his no vote?
In an e-mail, Mr. Sabo told us that the proposed changes "have the potential to do more harm than good in conducting the people's business in Congress."
I guess that's a start, but it's a little vague, doncha think?

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