Must Read- July 2, 2013: Librarians for Obamacare, Scanning Documents, Congress Voting From Home
West side view of the United States Capitol against a blue sky. Image by Jonathan P. Larsen/Diadem Images
The American Librarian Association has agreed to help Americans understand Obamacare
- Administration seeks help from librarians to promote Obamacare. (Fox News)
- Librarian foot soldiers enlisted to help with Obamacare enrollment. (Washington Times)
- The sellout: American libraries to promote Obamacare. (National Review Online)
Fans of Criss Angel had to wait a little longer than expected during his visit to Springfield yesterday when he made elephants disappear.
Democrat Representative Eric Swalwell of California is proposing to let congress vote for legislation from their home district.
- Dem lawmaker pushes proposal to let Congress vote from home. (Fox News)
- Dem resolution would let "mobile congress" cast votes from home. (Newsmax)
George Zimmerman's social security number was made public during the trial due to a broadcast on CNN.
- CNN broadcasts Zimmerman social security number. (Breitbart)
- CNN accidentally broadcasts George Zimmerman's social security number. (Business Insider)
Over the past, several have tried to make their influence on the American people on the Zimmerman trial.
- Obama on Trayvon Martin: "If I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon." (Huffington Post)
- Trayvon Martin tape editing prompts internal probe at NBC. (Newsmax)
- Spike Lee "deeply" sorry for tweeting Zimmerman's address. (USA Today)
Ozark Empire Fair:
Springfield council is deciding if alcohol sales should be allowed during the Ozark Empire Fair. Permission was granted last year to allow sales at other events held at the fairgrounds.
- Fair manager says alcohol sales something "we need to have." (Ozarks First)
Police Shoot Dog:
WARNING: video is graphic. A dogs owner is arrested after a confrontation. The police shot the mans dog after he jumped out of the car.
- Police shoot dog, gunshots caught on graphic video. (Huffington Post)
Things we didn't get to this morning:
MO Scanning Documents:
Governor Nixon signed into law Missouri Senate Bill 252 which halts the scanning and retention of all documents by the Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR).
- Missouri halts copying of driver's license documents. (The Kansas City Star)
- Bill signed for the benefit of Missourians' privacy. (Missouri Senate)
- Missouri Senate Bill 252