It appears the "Framework for a Better Measure 37" prepared by a sub-group of the Oregon legislature's Land Use Fairness Committee is starting to fall apart.
Over at Land Use Watch, Peter Bray says he's gotten confidential information that the framework is dead. Peter hates the reform proposal, so his reaction is "Thank God!"
The Oregonian, though, is reporting that the committee members are clashing over details. A meeting was disbanded yesterday over what Sen. Floyd Prozankski called an "impasse."
Well, death also is an impasse, so Bray might have it right after all.
(As an aside, Laura Oppenheimer's Oregonian report is called "Legislators tangle - not tango - over Measure 37." For the moment I will hold off on a plagiarism suit against the newspaper, even though over a year ago I posted a "We tango, and also get tangled" blog post.)