The Arbitration Fairness Act is set to take a giant leap forward this Thursday. Rep. Henry Johnson (D-GA), sponsor of the House version, H.R. 3010, has convinced the chair of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law to hold a hearing. [House Judiciary Committee]

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  1. Hey, a mention of Georgia (or at least a rep from there) in the news for something good! YES!

  2. ptkdude says:

    Go Hank! For anyone who may be interested, Henry “Hank” Johnson is the one who defeated Cynthia McKinney the last time around. Finally I vote for someone who wins!

  3. rbcat says:

    Wow, I just tried to read HR 3010, and it’s completely obtuse. Can I get that bill in “diff” format, please?

    [thomas.loc.gov]

  4. IRSistherootofallevil says:

    Can we get a law that’s written in, say, English please?