Morning Cram
7:49 am
Wed April 3, 2013

The Morning Cram [girls run the world edition]

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From NPR: Newsweek and The Daily Beast’s Tina Brown shares what she has been reading lately. Her recommendations all cover the role of women in the developing world from risk-taking Malala to the horrendous death of Nirbhaya, or "The Fearless One."

Kentucky: Marshall County Hospital names David Fuqua as its next CEO.

Tennessee: A proposal to keep the state’s handgun carry permit records from the public’s eyes is on its way to a full state Senate vote. A measure that would allow wine sales in Tennessee grocery stores isn’t dead yet. A state Senate leader says it’s time to go all in on the school voucher bill. Otherwise it will be withdrawn entirely.

Illinois: Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk says he supports same-sex marriage.  Republican venture capitalist Bruce Rauner has raised $1.3 million in the last month for a potential bid in the 2014 race for Illinois governor.

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