Thursday, June 19, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Guns on campus, jail time for loud music and American pessimism

Posted By on Thu, Jun 19, 2014 at 10:06 AM

HERE

Spokane’s jail, apparently, is not so overcrowded it can’t fit a guy who was playing his music too loud. (KREM)

A road in Spokane Valley, known as Ponderosa Jump, is being flattened after two University High School students were killed in a crash there. (SR)

Idaho’s State Board of Education updates rules to allow concealed weapons to be carried on campus. (CDAPress)

Idaho’s suicide prevention hotline is now open on Saturdays. (Idaho Statesman)

THERE

Confronted with Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s defeat, former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer decides that’s the perfect moment to talk about the efficacy of his “gaydar.”(BuzzFeed)

Here are all the decisions the Supreme Court has to cram in before finals next week. (The Wire)

American people: Everything is Terrible. (Washington Post)

Hey, guys, have you heard of this Hillary Clinton person? (National Journal)

THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE DARK ANTI-HERO MURDERER 2014 MINISERIES

Was Fargo or True Detective better? (Hint: Fargo) (AV Club)

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