Monday, January 11, 2010

2010 Session: Day One

I believe the impetus for this blog should be convening sometime about an hour ago.
I'm actually out of the office today enjoying my Sonday, baking biscuits and taking care of business.
Things will be fairly ceremonial today.
We can finally move forward from last month's Glenn Richardson saga with the House voting in presumptive Speaker David Ralston.
AJC's Gold Dome Live is reporting one last twist to that story, saying that outgoing House Speaker Pro Tempore Mark Burkhalter, R-Johns Creek, may resign the House altogether to start a real estate development and consulting firm.
Burkhalter had been next in line for Speaker--and said he would accept the challenge--then decline the gavel to, reportedly, remain in the running to become executive director of the Georgia World Congress Center. This move will take him out of that pursuit.

Lucid Idiocy has this post about last night's Wild Hog Supper, somewhat of a tongue-in-cheek kick off to every session.

And it looks like AJC's Jim Galloway will be live blogging throughout here.

I'll be checking in during the day, and will probably try to get a hold of the local delegation this afternoon.
But as this is my Sonday, my main focus will be on red beans and rice with andouille sausage from Patak.
Thanks Dad!

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