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the morning cram [the Oh Fudge edition]

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Hey Justice Roberts, you kiss your mama with that mouth?

NPR reports the highest court in the land hears another FCC indecency/censorship case. I bet this would all go away if one of the justices let loose with a couple choice words.

Kentucky~  Paducah Convention Center alleged embezzlers are now facing federal charges.  No more big-boned trucks allowed on the Ledbetter bridgeStumbo is still fighting the redistricting fight.

Illinois ~ Gov Quinn prepares to sign the earned income tax credit bill.

Tennessee ~ The legislative term begins today- go fightin’ 107th! The state is meeting the education reforms tied to the Race to the Top Award.

the morning cram [where’s my money edition]

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Iran’s Banks just discovered they’re short $2.6 billion.

NPR reports a recently discovered banking scam has already yielded 30 arrests and promises many more.

Kentucky~   Kentucky is looking for a few good students. The Military History Building is set to reopen next month. P’Pool gets some big name endorsement. Beshear says jobs will continue to be his top priority if re-elected.

Tennessee~ The state is trying to keep the lottery system from going broke.

Illinois~ State lawmakers override Quinn’s veto on the electricity bill.  The gambling bill is put on ice in the Senate.

the morning cram [the king’s speech edition]

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Jordan’s King Abdullah II addresses the Arab Spring and Jordan’s need for a middle class.

NPR reports the King has entered the fray surrounding the Palestinian debate and has assured Jordanians that elections will be forthcoming.

Kentucky~ A Man is re-indicted for setting a deadly 1998 MSU fire.  Fulton may be losing its EMS services. The battle for Instant Racing continues.  Student test scores will soon be released.

Tennessee~ Bridgestone is expanding its Clarksville facilities.   Two state budgeting officials are leaving their positions. Lawmakers are attempting to change the Judiciary Court Commission’s power. Tennessee will be among many states determining science curriculum.

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