Sounds like the members of the Legislative Council in Alaska, who are meeting behind closed doors to vote on whether to release the Trooper-Gate report to the public, could be there a while.
A source who's at the state legislative building where the meeting is taking place reported moments ago that the lawmakers just ordered lunch.
And the Anchorage Daily News adds
Two lawmakers who've stepped out of the meeting briefly say it could be hours.
Senate President Lyda Green, a Wasilla Republican, and Rep. Peggy Wilson of Wrangell said the session is moving slowly.
How slow? Wilson was asked.
"Slooowwww," she said.
During the public portion of the meeting, Wilson said
that she had not yet had a chance to read the report -- which centers on the firing by Governor Sarah Palin of the state's former public safety commissioner -- and suggested that she would therefore be reluctant to release it publicly today.