GOP effort to reform primary calendar has gotten a second life

From the Dallas Morning News:

"In an unprecedented move, the Republican National Convention has voted to create a commission that could revive the proposed reforms in the 2012 primary calendar that were killed over the weekend.

"It's just a huge breakthrough," said David Norcross, who chairs the RNC Rules Committee. He added that it will enable the party to look at major changes in the system that were blocked at the convention and "will allow us an opportunity to confer with our Democratic counterparts" who also want to make changes. "

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