She may be one of the hottest tickets in the past year, but it looks like a recent piece of ticketing legislation in the Florida house that namechecked Hannah Montana just couldn’t fill the bill.
House Democratic leader Dan Gelber proposed a measure that would penalize sellers who use automated programs to gain unfair access to tickets. But when the House went to a vote, the bill was rejected by some legislators who considered it to be anti-business, according to the Miami Herald.
In other news, an independent laboratory recently announced the discovery of unsafe levels of lead in various Hannah Montana products, the Los Angeles Times reported. The Center for Environmental Health found that nine of 28 products tested contained high levels of lead.