Friday, August 31, 2007

When Problems Get Big Enough, Albany Will Look For Solutions

Or that's the hope anyway. The Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin on New York's poor economic grades from the Business Council of the State of New York:

When a student receives a D, either extra homework is required or a mentor is hired. It appears that Albany is in desperate need of both.

There was a lot of talk of reform this year. Next session, let's hope the Legislature takes the message to heart, puts partisan politics aside and takes real action to release the problems that are choking this state's economy to death.

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