H. B. 578 the Housing Court Efficiency and Expansion Act is a good piece of legislation, which I have principally been working on for years. My intention with this legislation is to make a difference in how purposeful uniformity, efficiency, impartiality, and common sense fairness is achieved for businesses and middle class people. However, I have had an opportunity to talk with Counsel, who have brought some information to my attention and out of abundance of consideration I am taking steps to have H. B. 578 withdrawn or indefinitely suspended. This does not mean that at some point in time I will not re-introduce this legislation because based on evidence there is historically systematic corruptibility.
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