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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.
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.
Written by Drew Adams
September 22, 2011 at 9:12 am
Posted in The Morning Cram
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