Friday, July 29, 2005

Session especially welcome for Austin eateries | News for Dallas, Texas | Texas Legislature: "Whether they manage to fix school finance or not, lawmakers still have to eat.

So while most groups watching them toil in two special sessions have been frustrated and unhappy with the results, the 48 extra days the Legislature has spent in Austin have been a boon to local restaurants during the usual summer doldrums.

Daryn Alston, general manger of Eat Out In, a service that picks up and delivers restaurant meals, said that when legislators return, 'we get the biggest flux of business.'"

At least the special sessions benefit somebody.


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