Saturday, September 02, 2006

Misleading Headline on LA Times Internet Site!

The article itself not make the below mistake - but the article also does not describe why the below headline on the front page of the LA Times website this morning is dead wrong.

11th-Hour Bills Quietly Become Law
State lawmakers may make big changes late in the game. Watchdog groups don't have time to counter.

In reality, none of these laws passed at the last minute without any public - and often - legislative - oversight (like Prop R was recently passed by the Los Angeles City Council without anyone actually reading it) - will become law until either the Arnold signs them or allows them to become law without his signature. And many of the worst will likely be vetoed by Arnold.

And even then - they do not become law until next year.

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