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posted by October 1 at 8:05 AMon
First Question: Can Americans even pass the new citizenship test?
Second Delay: Bailout web traffic slows House web site.
Third Coming: Bloomberg reverses previous position—seeks to scrap mayoral term limits in New York to stay and help economy.
Bond Fire: Cities cut out of bond markets can’t pay for projects.
Sick Pay: Medicare reverses policy—refuses to reimburse hospitals for medical errors.
No Parachute: WaMu creditors may try to seize $16.5 million severance package from ousted CEO.
Where Rubber Meets Monroe: Thief pepper-sprays armored car driver, steals a sack of cash, and escapes on an inner tube down Woods Creek.
Building a Defense: Rossi denies influencing builders association to support his campaign. Says he had called to mediate a dispute, and then the group just happened to spend millions on an anti-Gregoire ads.
Building a Case: UW sues Northern Trust Bank for failing to return $1.4 billion investment when requested on Sept 17. While the bank lollygagged, the university’s investment lost $7.5 million.
Oh, Girl: Disneyland double books Miley Ray Cyrus’s 16th birthday party and Gay Days this weekend. Responds with plans to kick the gays out at 5 p.m. and send them over to California Adventure.