Can't Say It Better Than Tom Eblen Says It

Mail processing for Lexington is scheduled to be moved to Louisville and Knoxville next year. The U.S. Postal Service said the processing center on Nandino Boulevard is among 82 facilities nationwide that are planned for “consolidation” in 2015. [H-L]

President Barack Obama suffered a setback Tuesday in a legal battle that threatens to unravel his health care reform law. [HuffPo]

The Kentucky Democratic Party raised $163,818 in June – most of it in large contributions from a few longtime supporters of Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear. [C-J/AKN]

Doctors checking a soon-to-be-unveiled federal website that will publicly list drug company payments are encountering error messages if they have not accepted industry money. [ProPublica]

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]

Detroit’s city workers and retirees overwhelmingly agreed to accept the city’s debt adjustment plan, according to results filed late Monday, potentially clearing the way for the struggling city to exit bankruptcy in the next few months. [Reuters]

Looks like local media is jumping on the “Alison Daddy’s Name Grimes Makes Shiz Up In Her Ads” bandwagon. [WHAS11]

That deal in Detroit could signal cuts to pensions elsewhere. [NPR]

A former Greenup County schools custodian has settled his federal racial discrimination suit against the school district, but the terms will not be made public. [Ashland Independent]

Here’s yet another story about Alison Daddy’s Name Grimes trying to run away as quickly as possible from President Barack Obama. [WaPo]

This is hands-down the funniest, most whitewashed Heather French Henry story yet. It’s cute that she doesn’t realize her glass ceiling is actually steel reinforced concrete that was lowered, say, seven or eight years ago and she’ll never break through it. [WKYT]

The creation of babies using sperm and eggs from three people has moved a step closer in the UK. [BBC]

I feel sorry for the tens of thousands of unaccompanied children who have crossed our southern border, desperate to escape the widespread violence and poverty in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. But the people I pity are the adults in this country who — wrapped up in selfishness, mean-spirited politics or misguided patriotism — have tried to make the lives of these vulnerable kids more miserable than they already are. [Tom Eblen]

U.S. judges have their work cut out for them untangling a legal knot created on Tuesday when two federal appeals courts released conflicting rulings hours apart going to the heart of the role the federal government will play in Obamacare. [HuffPo]

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