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Wed September 12, 2012
the morning cram [tragedy in Libya edition]
By Todd Hatton
Today on NPR:
- The U.S. Ambassador to Libya is among four Americans killed in an attack on an Libyan consulate.
- Paducah keeps its 2011 property tax rate for the next fiscal year.
- Governor Steve Beshear is in India on an economic development mission.
- Tennessee's public safety chief says only performance and merit will matter in state trooper assignments and promotions.