the morning cram [doomsday do-over edition]
If at first you don’t succeed…
NPR reports the Doomsday Prophet may have missed his first judgement day prediction of May 21st, but he’s taking another swing. Batting .500 will still get you into Cooperstown.
Kentucky~ A Lone Oak High student was caught with a knife at school. A Louisville Hospital Merger may mean bad news for reproductive care as we know it. State Optometrists donate a large amount of cash to the gubernatorial candidates. Rand Paul backs off on the opposition to the pipeline safety bill.
Illinois~ The State Department of Education wants to hear public sentiment on funding.
Written by Drew Adams
October 18, 2011 at 8:43 am
Posted in The Morning Cram
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