Friday, August 22, 2014 · 3:52 a.m.
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Tennessee lawmakers offer no hints at sequester deal—Nooga

City Council to vote on approving funds for regional growth plan—Nooga

Sen. Bob Corker working on compromise for CFPB appointment, Politico reports—Nooga

Erlanger bill goes to Gov. Bill Haslam—Times Free Press

President Barack Obama praises Haslam—Times Free Press

Contested wine in grocery stores bill begins legislative journey—WPLN

Wine in supermarkets debate turns biblical—WPLN

On spending cuts, the focus shifts to how, not if—Wall Street Journal

Obama's sequester strategy: Divide and conquer—Politico

John Boehner's big bet—Politico

Obama goes for public leverage—Wall Street Journal

GOP pushes back on Obama sequester warnings, says he could seek deal—Washington Post

Republicans sign brief in support of gay marriage—NY Times

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