Pyle: It’s not what you know, but who you know
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Urquhart’s bill amazingly was approved by a Senate committee, but never got a vote from the full Senate. Sandstrom’s bill was immediately enjoined by a federal judge and, as far as Sandstrom is now concerned, ought to be thrown out.
Former House Speaker Tip O’Neill is remembered for saying that, "All politics is local." But even Tip painted with too broad a brush.
All politics is personal.
George Pyle, a Tribune editorial writer, understands things better if they are compared to a Star Trek episode. Illuminate him at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter @debatestate.
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