Tuesday, April 7, 2015

MB: The governor's veto, the mayor's paycheck, and the commissioners' lawyer

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Idaho Gov. Butch Otter, recipient of big donations from horse racing tracks, vetoes the legislature's bill banning instant racing. But the veto may be illegal. (Idaho Statesman)

The Spokane County Commissioners hires a long-time attorney for developers to advise them on urban growth matters. (Spokesman-Review)

David Condon suggests a ballot measure to let a Salary Review Commission set his pay. (Inlander)

THERE

Like his father once did before him, Rand Paul announces he's running for president. (New York Times)

Maybe salt isn't so bad after all, health experts say. (Washington Post)

Despite their best efforts, the left won't be able to unseat Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. (The Atlantic)

NOT JUST A 30 ROCK JOKE

Vanity Fair outlines just how many things have gone wrong for NBC News in the last few years. (Vanity Fair)
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