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morning cram [tea spider starfish party edition]

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Tea Party fave book The Starfish and the Spider shows the decentralized political movement is more like a starfish than a spider, because it can survive and regenerate without a head.

~NPR deciphers this biological-based analogy.

KENTUCKY~ The lawyer for the Mayfield Somali Muslim accused of attempted kidnapping hints he’ll push for a change of venue and Islamaca International may sue Mayfield over the recent denial of a mosque there. 4 McCracken County juveniles get cited for tagging. Work began  yesterday on a new 4-lane bridge over the Tennessee River near Ledbetter. Williams and Farmer chatted with reporters about their bid for governor. MSU and Murray Hospital will team up to host 10 UK Medicine students (in 2014). The Family Foundation outlines its grief with Instant Racing. State Park employees will be working this Labor Day weekend despite statewide furloughs (they’ll take off later this month). Proposed NRA-backed hunting legislation will be reviewed by legislators next year. Lexington’s World Equestrian Games gets bailed out by sponsors.

TENNESSEE~ A Clarksville woman dies in a 1-car accident. Bredesen creates a council to study soldiers‘ mental health and substance abuse. The General Assembly’s website gets props from the Center for Digital Government.

Morning Cram [SLEEPY WORKER] Edition

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Surprise, surprise…working late hours makes you sleepy.

KY: A Fort Campbell soldier dies in Afghanistan after his patrol came under fire. Also, a Fort Campbell soldier is arrested for selling high-powered weapons to undercover agents. Testimony wrapped up in one day in a combined rate case for Louisville Gas and Electric and Kentucky Utilities. Paducah City Commissioner is concerned about an increasing amount of graffiti in and around the city. A Paducah attorney pleads not guilty to four alcohol-related charges. Paducah creates a 40-member task force to tackle poverty in the city and county. A Mayfield couple faces jail time for illegally receiving Social Security Disability insurance.

TN: Business and Finance Committee of the Tennessee Board of Regents voted for tuition increases.

IL: Illinois Governor signs legislation that allows public universities to borrow money.

Written by walkie2006

June 9, 2010 at 10:22 am