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November 01, 2007

In this week's Pulse

Do not miss news editor Angela Tant's cover story on the changes that are currently being planned to the state's Open Meetings Law. The piece brings the issue right home with illustrations about how a weakening of the act could play out in deliberations over how to replace former council member Marti Rutherford.

UPDATE: See also Michael Silence's call to arms. And I'm starting a roundup.

I have a Senate District 10 election guide, complete with a prediction. Yep. It was time to put the money down.

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Pulsations | By joe lance | 12:43 PM


52 percent? I dont know Joe that seems kind of close. But we all learned back in '05 that these races can surprise people. Its really a must win for both parties when you look at it. If the GOP wins it breaks the tie and probably sends them into the majority for at least the next 10-15 years. If Berke wins, it will keep the Dems in semi-power for at least another year and it will add a young fresh face to the Dems Senate caucus and lord knows they need that.

Posted by: dan t at November 1, 2007 07:24 PM