by Kevin Allman
Sorry, Jon Stewart; I've got a new Daily Show.
Clancy is hip-deep in hip waders in a beautiful Montana stream with his son, catching fish and thinking about better things, but this latest installment of As the NOAH Turns made me wonder just what the legal ramifications could be (hypothetically speaking, of course) about any or all of what Zurik was reporting.
...Clancy? You in range of a WiFi signal up there? Care to opine?
Also of note, to me, was the way Mike Hoss closed the report:
In addition, on July 29, Eyewitness News filed a public records request with the city, to view all of the invoices paid to contractors for the NOAH home remediation program. State law allows the city three days to hand over or provide access to those documents. The city attorney's office has not said when WWL-TV can view those requested materials.
Interesting. In the meantime, at 10 p.m., I'll be tuning in for The Daily Show With Lee Zurik.