On April 13, 2004, President George W. Bush was asked at a White House news conference to name his biggest mistake after the September 11th attacks, and what lessons he'd learned from it. According to this transcript from the New York Times, the president said this:
It has been about three months since city officials shut down a large "tent city" occupied by Sacramento's homeless people.Now, some of the tent city's residents say they feel like refugees, with no place to go.
Yesterday Governor Quinn told the Illinois General Assembly that if they sent him a budget that cut social services, he would veto it. Hours later, the legislators did just that. So it's valid to wonder what the folks in Springfield are thinking. That's where TweetIllinois.org comes in.
Last night the Illinois General Assembly faced down their deadline for a new state budget- consistently one of the most exciting legislative days of the year. If listening to our coverage of the process isn't dynamic enough for you, Twitter can provide a Rashomon-like alternative.
Last night we posted the transcript of Sen. Roland Burris' wiretapped conversation with Rob Blagojevich regarding his Senate appointment. Today the Federal Court for the Northern District of Illinois released the actual audio of the conversation.