Check out footnote 14 in LSAC's latest, Official LSAT Superprep. Flipping through the book this caught my eye and for a second I thought, through some monumental publishing error, LSAC had let part of a question slip out before the test was given.
Unfortunately that's not the case. The footnote references this LR example:
Since Mayor Drabble always repays her political debts as soon as possible, she will almost certainly appoint Lee to be the new head of the arts commission. Lee has wanted that job for a long time, and Drabble owes Lee a lot for his support in the last election.
I remember this one from an old test...I bet it's June 1994.
The only question remaining is whether or not the footnote was a real mistake. I can definitely see LSAC planting this "June 2004" here to stir up a whole bunch of antsy June test takers to go out and buy Superprep because they heard it's got a question in it that's gonna be on the test.