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Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Wednesday February 23, 2005. Americablog, which helped break the Jeff Gannon story, has this:

WorldNetDaily savages GannonGuckert
by John in DC - 2/23/2005 06:12:00 PM

Jesus. One of the best, BEST, stories ever about GannonGuckertGate and what it means, and why it matters, comes from one of the most - MOST - conservative pro-Bush news sources on the Internet. This guy spells out exactly why this is a story. Exactly why this is so outrageous. And note, his column doesn't even criticize us, the liberal bloggers. It is pure and simple an article about how outrageous Gannon's and Talon's AND THE WHITE HOUSE'S actions were in this entire affair.

WorldNetDaily's story is here: WorldNetDaily
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From stateline.org:
Alabama: Senate bill upsets Christian Coalition
The Christian Coalition of Alabama or any other nonprofit group that spends more than $1,000 to influence an election would have to disclose the names and addresses of all its donors, under a bill passed Tuesday by the state Senate. By David White, The Birmingham News

Arizona: 78% in poll oppose guns-in-taverns bill
A new statewide poll shows that 78 percent of those asked oppose legislation that would legalize the carrying of firearms into places where alcohol is sold. By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services, Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

Georgia: Ga. State Senate votes to honor frogs
ATLANTA - The green tree frog took a significant leap toward becoming Georgia's official state amphibian Tuesday, with the state Senate voting unanimously to honor the tiny creatures. By The Associated Press, The Washington Post (registration)

Georgia: Bill to ban pit bulls draws fire
A Georgia legislator's bill to ban ownership of pit bulls has angry dog owners howling that the plan is unfair. By Nancy Badertscher, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (registration)

Iowa: State says Iowa inmates' religion is a front
DES MOINES, Iowa - The state is seeking to overturn a 1974 federal court ruling that gave formal religious status to a prison group that officials say is a front for a white-supremacist group. By The Associated Press , Omaha World-Herald (Nebraska)

Iowa: Lawmakers hear how artists, downtowns are improving small Iowa communities
DES MOINES, Iowa — Local artists and vibrant downtowns are elements of improving Iowa’s small cities, according to community leaders from northwest Iowa and Muscatine, testifying before a legislative panel Tuesday. By Dan Gearino , Quad-City Times

Indiana: GOP passes elections bill; Dems walk out
Despite a walkout by Democrats, the Senate Elections Committee voted 6-0 Tuesday for a bill eliminating the bipartisan nature of the structure that now regulates Indiana elections. By Mary Beth Schneider, The Indianapolis Star

Kansas: Monkey trial redux
The Scopes Monkey Trial could be up for a 21st century replay in Kansas. Sometime this spring, three members of the Kansas Board of Education plan to hear testimony from proponents of evolution and intelligent design, in a trial-like hearing with a court reporter and cross-examination of witnesses. By Joel Mathis and Alicia Henrikson, Lawrence Journal-World

Maryland: Study - Smoking ban hurt bar business
Smoking bans in Montgomery and Talbot Counties have hurt bar and restaurant business in those counties, according to a report from the Restaurant Association of Maryland, which compared state sales-tax data for bars and restaurants before and after the smoking bans went into effect. By Julekha Dash, Baltimore Business Journal (registration)

Maryland: Study - Smoking ban hurt bar business
Smoking bans in Montgomery and Talbot Counties have hurt bar and restaurant business in those counties, according to a report from the Restaurant Association of Maryland, which compared state sales-tax data for bars and restaurants before and after the smoking bans went into effect. By Julekha Dash, Baltimore Business Journal (registration)

Maine: Cell phone ban gets one firm's guarded assent
Two cell phone companies are opposing a bill in the Legislature that would prevent most motorists from using hand-held cell phones while they are on the road. By Paul Carrier, Portland Press Herald

New Mexico: Panel OK’s domestic-partnership bill
Separate bills ruling out gay marriage and authorizing domestic partnerships got the go-ahead from a Senate committee on Tuesday. By Deborah Baker, The Associated Press, New Mexican (Santa Fe) (registration)

Virginia: Cell-phone ban is amended
The House of Delegates weakened a bill yesterday that would ban young drivers from talking on cell phones by allowing the use of hands-free devices, a change the Senate sponsor vowed to fight. By Pamela Stallsmith, Richmond Times-Dispatch
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