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Reply #65: It's not the state board. It's ERMA. [View All]

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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Apr-10-09 10:34 PM
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65. It's not the state board. It's ERMA.
A way to keep the levers is for the legislature to amend ERMA. That's what the counties resolutions called the legislature to do, even if you don't "honestly" see that.

As far as the case goes, one point is we haven't heard much from any party except the state saying they aren't going to make the deadlines...again. I don't see the Court or the DoJ wringing their hands over that.

Why do you assume that I don't care about a jammed lever story just because I haven't found (or been offered) a cite? You don't yet have the info, either. When either of us do, we can see about the actual details.

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