Friday, June 1, 2012

MORNING HEADLINES: Whiskey and milk

Posted By on Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 9:22 AM

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Eyman and the judge -- A King County superior court judge has declared the initiative-established law requiring a two-thirds majority for tax increases unconstitutional. (SR)

Supply lines -- Just a few weeks after the weird Time magazine breast-feeding cover a new breast-feeding controversy has erupted on the Fairchild Airforce Base of all places. (KXLY)

Hard proof -- Already the new liquor law has had consequences. A minor tried to steal an $85 dollar of cognac from the South Hill Rosauers, and was promptly tackled by three store employees. Sadly, the cognac did not survive the altercation. (KREM)

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Yet Another Massacre -- There have been three mass killings reported in Syria in a week. (NYT)

Sleazy VP -- The John Edwards trial sputters to an anticlimactic conclusion. (Atlantic Wire)
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