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The Morning Cram [Not so grate edition]

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From NPR: Something as simple as a pair of shoes could help Oregon reduce health care costs.

Kentucky: State officials have started a new survey to discern the Commonwealth's health care needs.  Madisonville police are asking for help to catch suspects involved in a rash of metal grate thefts.  Gov. Beshear didn't know Sec. of State Allison Lundergan Grimes was going to announce a U.S. Senate run.

Illinois: Gov. Pat Quinn says inaction on pension reform has let taxpayers down.  Honeywell's Metropolis plant has resumed full production following an NRC review.

Todd Hatton hails from Paducah, Kentucky, where he got into radio under the auspices of the late, great John Stewart of WKYX while a student at Paducah Community College. He also worked at WKMS in the reel-to-reel tape days of the early 1990s before running off first to San Francisco, then Orlando in search of something to do when he grew up. He received his MFA in Creative Writing at Murray State University. He vigorously resists adulthood and watches his wife, Angela Hatton, save the world one plastic bottle at a time.
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