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We show up in Congress, sort of

comm.jpgOur weekly crawl of news sources turned up something pretty unusual today: the use of the LII as a cited source for the law in Congressional testimony.  The cite shows up in testimony before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (and more specifically, in the Subcommittee charged with emergency management), in a segment entitled “Lessons from Katrina”.  It’s a little hard to tell whether the speaker is citing the Americans with Disability Act or a Supreme Court Case interpreting it… but we have both, and it’s nice to know that we have Hill staffers in the audience.