Here’s a look at some of the stories on our radar for tomorrow:
RAW POLITICS: Sen. McCain will be holding a town hall meeting in Albuquerque at noon. Sen. Obama will deliver a speech on Iraq from DC at 10:45a.
A NATION DIVIDED: The South Carolina legislature has approved the production of license plates featuring a cross and the words "I believe." It is the first state in the nation to approve a plate with a reference to one religion. The Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina spearheaded the effort and says while he would support other religions symbols on state plates, he believes the United States is a Christian nation, and that Christians shouldn't always back down to "separation of church and state types." And yes, those "types" have filed a federal lawsuit against the state saying this is a violation of the nation's constitution. You can read Jeffrey Toobin’s blog.
SPACE WALK: The crew members of the International Space Station are scheduled to perform the second of two scheduled spacewalks.
PELLICANO WIRETAP TRIAL: Scheduled date of trial for private investigator Anthony Pellicano and lawyer Terry Christensen on wire fraud, identity theft and conspiracy charges.
HIT AND RUN MURDER PLOT: Scheduled date of sentencing for Olga Rutterschmidt, found guilty along with Helen Golay of staging hit and run deaths. The women took out insurance polices on homeless men and then murdered them.
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