Bad ideas, unlike fine wine, don’t get better with age. And that’s especially true of HB 3796, a bill that would weaken FOIA, the state’s Freedom of Information Act. It was a bad idea when it breezed through the Illinois House and Senate in May. Gov. Quinn vetoed the measure. But here we are, on the eve of the fall veto session in Springfield, and there’s a movement afoot to override the governor’s veto.