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More Hearings Than You Can Shake A Stick At

No sooner do I say there's nothing going on than I read the FritzWire from yesterday, in which Fritz lists a bunch of hearings on the Hill and brings up the possibility of a faster, rather than slower, reauthorization:

"Things are heating up with hearings on No Child Left Behind. Is this a signal that the statute is on the fast track to get reauthorized rather than dragging it out for 2 or more years?"

He lists hearings today, tomorrow, Thursday, and Friday. Hearings are one thing, action is another. But it's an impressive list of events he's compiled. To get on the list, email Fritz at [email protected]

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