Friday, September 2, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Batman sighting in Okanogan County!

Posted on Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 9:03 AM

You can do this, and you can't do that — What can state Attorney General Rob McKenna really do? The Washington Supreme Court answered that question with two answers yesterday. He can sue to stop Obama's health insurance reform law. But he can't get in the way of state Public Lands commissioner. (CFJ)

Okanogan sheriff a nerd — This just in, the sheriff of rural Okanogan County loves Batman. He's got the famous black and yellow logo on his bulletproof vest, his gun. Everywhere. So, when he switches on the bat signal, does he come running? (KREM)

Three down... — Idaho hunters have already bagged three wolves. We're just a few days into the wolf hunting season, with months and months to go. (KREM)

Who needs clean air when there are no jobs? — Not America, says President Obama. Today, he announced that he wouldn't be raising federal ozone standards after all because it would hurt business. Which raises the question: Who will win the Republican nomination for president, Obama or Rick Perry? (USA Today) 

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