morning cram [stop time edition]
After an almost three-week break, the Senate is back in session today where official legislative time has ground to a halt in order for Democrats to propose changes to the rules.
NPR reports today is actually January 5th (in the chamber).
KENTUCKY~ McCracken County moves to sue Paducah over its latest land grab. Calloway Circuit Court hears a load of guilty pleas in several cases: shooting, DUI-fatality and home invasion. Transportation officials are hosting a public meeting tonight in Madisonville over a controversial road-widening proposal. Area schools ponder how to make-up snow days. A UofL panel discussion recommends politicians should avoid divisive rhetoric. Some 1k Fort Campbell soldiers are due home this week.
ILLINOIS~ Metropolis wants to license local strippers.
Written by Chris Taylor
January 25, 2011 at 9:18 am
Posted in The Morning Cram
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