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April 21, 2008

Your Blogger at Work

Every so often I get a reporter's call about something, usually to do with ethics or technology/IP, but every so often, it's statutory interpretation. I got such a call a few weeks ago, and the issue involved an Alabama statute that said that, once a city went over 12,000 in population, its mayor could no longer "sit or vote" with the city council. You can read my opinion here, and a subsequent article showing what ultimately happened, here.

It's amazing what the Internet can do - this town is fairly close to Macon, but it could have been across the globe.

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Congratulations on your success -- you deserve it.

Posted by: andy | Apr 22, 2008 9:01:22 PM

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