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Fri October 19, 2012
The Morning Cram [frozen eggs edition]
From NPR: More and more women are using frozen eggs to have babies later in life, and the infertility treatment is no longer being called experimental.
From Kentucky: Beech Grove teenager Lane Goodwin who is known for his thumbs-up social media campaign has lost his battle with cancer. A Kentucky lawmaker who was the first to head the state legislative ethics board is being honored with a historical marker in Benton. Just a few people attended the meeting explaining the options for a new western Kentucky area code. First Lady Jane BeShear announces grants for several nature trails.
From Tennessee: U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack visits Cedar Hill and Clarksville to discuss importance of food, farm and jobs legislation
From Illinois: Ameren Illinois customers can expect natural gas prices to stay the same this winter, but they might use more this year since last season was unusually mild.