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December 8, 2022

Footnotes: Down to the Wire; BDO’s Latest Acquisition (or Something); Congress Is a Seinfeld Episode | 10.16.13

BlumShapiro is looking for senior associates in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Rhode Island. [GCJ] 

Boehner urges House GOP to support Senate deal [CNN]

Democrats Should Surrender on Taxes [Ezra Klein/Bloomberg]

In other BDO news, they acquiredallowed a firm in Florida to join their alliance or whatever. [BDO]

Carol Frances Omeara, 55, appeared in Yellowstone County Justice Court by video from the county jail on a felony DUI charge. Judge Larry Herman set bond at $3,000 after a prosecutor said Omeara has three prior DUI convictions in California. Omeara was arrested Tuesday at about 10:40 p.m. after a police dispatcher received a call from a woman who said she could not get out of her vehicle, which was parked outside her residence on South 29th Street. "When asked if she was having a medical or mechanical issue, the caller said, `No, I'm just too damn drunk,'" court records state. [BG]

The Un-Default: Congress Has Become A Seinfeld Episode Congress is increasingly about…nothing. [TaxVox]

Mark Cuban Cleared of Insider Trading [DealBook]

Man Called 911 Over One Cent Beer Overcharge [TSG]

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