11/03: Morning Communique
Residents of Denver, Colorado, have voted to legalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana for adults. Authorities, though, said state possession laws will be applied instead.
Former Christian Coalition leader Ralph Reed helped orchestrate an effort to conceal payments he received from the gambling revenues of a Louisiana Indian tribe, according to Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-ND) speaking at a hearing in Washington.
WUSA-TV charged the D.C. government as much as $100,000 annually to promote breast cancer awareness during the TV station's newscasts, according to contracts The Washington Times has obtained.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
St. Paulite Boof bemoans the state of the Vikings at Bergblog.
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Brighten up your desk with this lovely flowered computer case!
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Republicans are outraged. I just ate lunch, and it's upset my stomach."
-- Sen. Christopher Bond (R-MO), on Sen. Harry Reid's invoking of Rule 21 on Tuesday
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