the morning cram [the anticipation edition]
America waits in expectation for Obama’s job plan.
NPR reports Americans are skeptical amidst the economic climate and are waiting to see the President’s next move.
Kentucky~ Madisonville officials consider a bump in tax rates. McCracken County is getting a visit from gubernatorial hopefuls, but not Governor Beshear. The parent company of the Wickliffe paper mill files for bankruptcy.
Tennessee~ Clarksville’s Farmers Market named the best in the state.
Illinois~ Governor Quinn considers cuts to the parole system to help balance the state’s budget.
Written by Drew Adams
September 8, 2011 at 10:08 am
Posted in The Morning Cram
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