03/31/2005: Memphis News - the Week in Review
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Friday, Mar. 25 - In the continuting saga of state Senator John Ford, the Tennessee State Senate Ethics Committee has expanded its inquiry into Ford's consulting work and has retained special counsel to help in its investigation.
Saturday, Mar. 26 - Harbor Town has a flasher. There have been ten indecent exposure incidents since Feb. 2.
Wednesday, Mar. 30 - Another story on state Senator Ford, who has established a legal defense fund.
Thursday, Mar. 31 - I blogged about this yesterday, but it's a pet issue of mine, so I'll mention it again. Governor Bredesen signed into law the "Meth-free Tennessee Act", placing restrictions on the sale of cold/allergy medicines containinng pseudoephedrine. Sudafed and other such products can now only be boughtbehind the counter at a pharmacy. Stores without pharmacies were given only 24 hours to remove the products from their shelves.
Brock on 03.31.05 @ 08:40 PM CST