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legislative cracker-barrel

legislative cracker-barrel
 n.— «As part of what’s called the Legislative Cracker-barrel, state lawmakers from the Elk Point area were invited to answer questions about what’s going on at the state level.» —“South Dakota Lawmakers Discuss Death Penalty Bill” KTIV-TV (Sioux City, Iowa) Feb. 18, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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