(a) a veto-proof majority of councilors has expanded its legal and financial advice horizons
(b) the entities that bet millions on the List-Makers' ability to deliver the mayor -- and the deal, and the fees -- are painstakingly reevaluating their positions
(c) at least a dozen lawyers, in at least three cities, are currently devising a plan to avoid compliance with that subpoena (estimated aggregate rate: $108/minute)
(d) today was the final day the city law department could offer to provide legal advice concerning the Great InsolvenCity Parking Garage Sale to council members without risking a call to bar disciplinary authorities
(e) city taxpayers likely will soon learn whether the Ravenstahl administration placed them (and/or pension beneficiaries) on the hook for privateer fees payable even without a completed transaction
(f) unsmiling men in Chicago and New York are considering which horrible accidents could befall the touts who claimed to be able to deliver the deal
(g) all of the above
Extra credit for discussion of your answer.