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Thu March 22, 2012
Afternoon Round-Up 3/22/12
Our Afternoon Headlines
From NPR: Big grocers ban pink slime.
From the Commonwealth:
Kentucky’s jobless rate has fallen to 8.7 percent.
The Christian County Board of Education is finalizing search a committee as they look for a new superintendent.
An investigation into the embezzlement of more than $230,000 dollars from the Paducah-McCracken County convention and expo centers is complete.
From Kentucky's Capitol:
Kentucky lawmakers are set to pass a bill with the hope it will help a uranium enrichment plant in Paducah create new operations.
A proposal to require doctors to allow women seeking abortions to see ultrasound images has been voted down in the Kentucky legislature. The House Health and Welfare Committee rejected the measure 9-5 Thursday.