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Tuesday, September 18, 2007


The unkillable "two-signature/two-date" rule (2s/2d) is finally really dead. I couldn't see how it could survive the Adams County Order, but it had survived many other attempts to kill it.

Many of us had been whining for years that it is common for a contract to have two signatures, but only one date. However, USAC had taken the position that the Fifth Report and Order required that all contracts have two dates. The Adams County Order cleared that up.

But USAC has gone further than anyone expected. Now contracts only need one signature, if that is allowable under state law. So we're down to 1s/1d.

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