Good morning, Nashville. After a vicious fight for wine in grocery stores last year, the debate is back on the table for the upcoming legislative session. This time, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle will take up the issue in a Joint Study Committee and they hope to have a full recommendation in about a year. This is an awful long time for us to wait, again, for our senators and representatives to make up their minds, but we’ll take what we can get.
- No vaccine for you. Only days after rolling out the injection form of the H1N1 vaccine, Nashville is fresh out. Starting today they’ll be bringing back the FluMist nasal spray version.
- More Music City Center drama. Some convention center critics are concerned that going through with the construction could actually max out our city’s credit. If that’s the case, we would likely be hard-pressed to find anyone that would lend us money for things like building libraries and schools or making sure our bridges don’t collapse.
- Bits & pieces. MTSU is one of Forbes.com’s “Best Buy” schools for 2009 … Shelbyville is having a bit of a liquor debate of their own … The Yankees have officially secured a World Series slot and we might cry … Nashville police have been warned that they shouldn’t aim Tasers at people’s chests.
Photo by John Lamb.
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