the morning cram [Houston, we have a problem edition]
Who needs an education? We’ve got guns…
NPR reports Texas’ education system was in dire straits before the powers that be decided they needed the rest of their school’s money.
Kentucky~ Doug Harnice throws his hat in the ring for Paducah Mayor. TVA COO is stepping down in the hopes of getting some R&R. The Lotto says everyone’s a winner! Want to drink and fly- become a cargo pilot! The EPA sets new power plant regulations. Get some extra cash for your abandoned mine.
Tennessee~ Non-profits statewide should be getting a tax extension.
Written by Drew Adams
December 22, 2011 at 10:20 am
Posted in The Morning Cram
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