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the morning cram [bipartisanship? edition]

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President Obama and Congress worked to pass three bills this week in a rare bipartisan effort.

NPR reports trade deals passed by Congress this weel marked rare bipartisan economic success for President Obama, but the moves aren’t popular among many of his supporters.

Kentucky~ Paducah police busted 14 for drugs and guns. Madisonville Community College has high grad rates.  A Henderson racetrack looks forward to instant racing.   Williams is adding nuclear power to his campaign. Treasurer cand Crosbie has more money to spend.

Tennessee~ Police found more ganja than they realized.

morning cram [wedded royals edition]

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“Prince William and Kate Middleton are now man and wife. The ceremony was watched by millions around the world as the two were wed at Westminster Abbey.”

NPR has wedding pictures.

KENTUCKY ~ CPE allows more tuition hikes at colleges and universities; expert says education becoming unattainable. Governor requests presidential disaster declaration for western Kentucky. Attorney General Conway says blowing Missouri levee would protect Hickman, KY. Graves Co. High School students serve their community. 

TENNESSEE ~ The city of Clarksville may ban synthetic drugs (aka “bath salts”). TBI says crime is down for third straight year in the state.