Afternoon Round-Up 6/27/12

Jun 27, 2012

Today on NPR:Chris Thile's First Musical Memory


Bluegrass Politics:

The American Medical Association says it will continue to lobby lawmakers on behalf of the poor and uninsured.

Congressman John Yarmuth believes the U.S. Supreme Court will uphold the Affordable Care Act.

Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway was in Washington today announcing a settlement with a company he says was preying on military veterans.

Jackson Purchase:

Absentee voting begins Thursday on Murray’s packaged alcohol vote.

Trigg County Hospital will expand its facility with a $7 million dollar loan from the Department of Agriculture’s Office of Rural Development.

Paducah Parks officials have canceled the track and field portion of the Paducah Summer Games due to extreme heat.



To see regional headlines from this morning, check out the morning cram.