We Love “Deb” Lots And You Should, Too

Could tobacco help prevent the transmission of HIV? Researchers from the University of Louisville are leading an international effort to find out. [WDRB]

House Democrats’ top priority in January could be allowing local governments to temporarily raise taxes to help pay for construction projects, House Speaker Greg Stumbo said last week. [C-J/AKN]

Congressman John Yarmuth wants to put pressure on Congress to raise the federal minimum wage. [WHAS11]

With a spate of botched executions across the country this year looming over their discussion, Kentucky lawmakers are revisiting some fundamental questions about the death penalty, including whether the state should keep it on the books. [H-L]

It’s borderline shameful that the teevee folks don’t see fit to identify the ridiculous judge in this scandalous immigration/modern day slavery story. [WLKY]

Want to read the most scandalous Louisville Metro Animal Services story yet? Have at it. The worst in eight years of our LMAS coverage. Everyone from Greg Fischer on down are to blame and should be prosecuted. [The ‘Ville Voice]

An arrest made by the U.S. Marshals Task Force Monday afternoon may not be related to a recent string of fast food robberies despite earlier indications. [WAVE3]

Here’s a peek at someone involved in the next LMAS scandal. [Ruh Ro]

Jennifer “Deb” Carpenter is pretty dang cool and Louisville should be proud of her. Also, DEXTER! [WFPL]

No one on the Supreme Court objected publicly when the justices voted to let Arizona proceed with the execution of Joseph Wood, who unsuccessfully sought information about the drugs that would be used to kill him. [HuffPo]

Just as Yum! Brands Inc. was seeing a rebound in China sales, the most recent meat supply scandal is having a “significant, negative impact” on the company’s performance in the Asian nation. [Business First]

The Indiana Department of Transportation gave the Clark County Commissioners a pleasant surprise last week. [News & Tribune]

One thought on “We Love “Deb” Lots And You Should, Too

  1. I’m all for taxes to pay for infrastructure and whatnot, but claiming temporary tax increases is just plain being dishonest. Tax increases are almost never temporary.

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