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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Open Line: Boozman, Koch brothers, Pryor

Posted By on Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 5:13 PM

*DR. NO: You're never going to believe this but Sen. John Boozman opposes the immigration reform bill. Here's his screed on why.

*WHAT'S BLACK AND WHITE AND GREEN ALL OVER? Climate science watchdog group offers up this spoof of the L.A. Times under the coming ownership of the Koch brothers.

*PRAISE FOR PRYOR: Jason Tolbert reports that Sen. Mark Pryor got some kudos at the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting.

*BITTER PILL: Good interview with Steven Brill, whose epic article in Time on U.S. healthcare costs helped shake up the healthcare debate.

*FOOD SPONSOR NEEDED:
DHS tweets that "Searcy Co has NO summer food sponsor. Groups, churches, local agencies can help us feed hungry kids!" More here.

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