Wednesday, October 1, 2014 · 8:13 a.m.
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City Council approves $100,000 agreement for water authority—Nooga

Reps. Chuck Fleischmann, Scott DesJarlais criticize lack of budget on House floor—Nooga

Andy Berke releases first campaign ad–Nooga

Tennessee DCS commissioner resigns—Nooga

Principal pitches Normal Park story to D.C. politicians—Times Free Press

State income tax ban sent to Tennessee Senate—Tennessean

Office of the Repealer to help curb paperwork for businesses—WPLN

New guns-in-lots measure passes first Senate committee—TN Report

Hopes, suspicions swirl in Legislature over Haslam's TennCare plans—TN Report

Barack Obama demands sequester delay—The Hill

As Obama calls for short-term fix to avert sequester, CBO reports falling deficits—Washington Post

Cabinet under "gag order" on sequesterPolitico

Obama to nominate CEO of REI to become interior secretary—Washington Post

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor calls for bipartisanship to help Americans make their lives "work again"—The Hill

Obama slow to reveal secrets on targeted killings—NY Times

Saturday mail delivery to end Aug. 1—Washington Post

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