Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Parham Stirs the Pot

Lucid Idiocy wrote an interesting post about the governor's proposed shake up of the state's transportation system.
I had a seasoned lobbyist tell me Parham's election was the first major sign that Gov. Perdue's re-organization plan will be defeated. We shall see.
This train of thought follows what Parham had told me about his reasoning for running for the State Transportation Board in the first...er.. second place:
Although Parham acknowledged that there could be changes to the scope of the transportation board’s responsibilities if Gov. Sonny Perdue’s plan to create a new State Transportation Agency that will plan the future of the state’s transportation system is adopted by the state House and Senate, Parham said that the number of legislators he saw campaigning for election to the current transportation board leads him to think that there may not be support in the General Assembly for Perdue’s proposal.
Indeed, we shall see.

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