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It Was The Best Of Laws, It Was The Worst Of Laws

A hearty thanks to Sherman Dorn for bringing a little humor to a dreary Monday morning. My favorites:

1. It was the best of laws, it was the worst of laws.
2. All happy reforms are alike; each unhappy reform is unhappy in its own way.
6. It was a dark and stormy reauthorization.

My nomination: "As George Miller awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed... into a gigantic standardized test." Dorn welcomes additional nominations. Go here for some ideas.

Or, if you have to, you can listen in/watch the hearing here.

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