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Yes, I took the weekend off and ventured to Rhode Island -- Newport, to be specific -- and got to drive home Sunday in the nor'easter that was making its way up the coast. Thankfully, most people were driving safely, so there were no accidents to slow things down.

And then Monday is meeting day. Always fun.

I also generally try to blog in the morning, but I was up at Federal News Radio yesterday morning at 7 a.m. to do my normal Monday spot live. (I was talking about IRS modernization. Hear it here.)

I'll be filling in for WFED's Jane Norris on Monday April 23 on Federal News Radio's Morning Drive program. You can listen online at federalnewsradio.com and I'll tell about my radio experience next week.

Anyway, we're back to it.

More to come, of course, but...

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) Friday has a speech on government reform.

More on that later today, if things go well.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Apr 17, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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