Morning Cram
8:02 am
Wed October 23, 2013

The Morning Cram [that’s what cc means edition]

From NPR: This week marks the 75th anniversary of the first modern copier ever made. The technology, which came from serial inventor Chester Carlson, revolutionized the business world and formed the foundation of Xerox's success. It also meant no more messy carbon paper.

Kentucky: The Paducah City Commission approved a municipal order for the 2014 health insurance premiums. Republican Suzanne Miles and Democrat Kim Humphrey will square off for the House seat vacated by former Representative John Arnold, who resigned after being accused of sexual harassment.

Illinois: Lawmakers are returning to the state capitol for a second day of their annual fall veto session.