Tuesday, October 11, 2011

MORNING BRIEFING: Zehm, hay bails, and state workers

Posted on Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 9:20 AM


Catch up to speed — Wondering who Otto Zehm was? What Karl Thompson is on trial for? Who the judge presiding over the whole wrangle is? Here are your answers. (SR)

That headline deserve an award — The story is about hay bails but, really, it's the headline that makes it. (CDA Press)

Straight up loafing — Apparently, if you work for the state and mess up on the job, they'll let you relax at home while you wait for your investigation to be completed. (KREM)

Out There

More states are stipulating that people on welfare must be drug tested (NY Times)

Obama's jobs bill likely to meet its demise (AP)

Tim Pawlenty wishes he was still running for president (LA Times)

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