Remember to hug a hipster, Che Guevara was captured on this day in 1967. It is also Croatian Independence Day – be slightly more careful hugging them.
Morning Reads after the jump!
- Nationally Graves’ position criticized, but locals stand behind his attempted ACA delay (Reuters)
- Nunn says budget impasse requires faith and sway (Telegraph)
- Reading between the lines, trucking company is force behind bill against bicycle transport (USAtoday)
- Which even sponsor Emory Dunahoo says he doesn’t support* (Facebook) via (CL)
- Not-unrelated fact, did you know trucks are responsible for over 90% of bicyclist killing?
- Columbus middle schoolers found a way to make their existence more thrilling (Ledger-Enquirer)
- In Augusta, they only fine you when it’s raining (Chronicle)
- KIPP schools now to work together, school board rules were too constraining (AJC)
- Georgians with advice for GDOT on the road ahead (AJC)
- Tom Crawford says default talk should fill you with dread (AlmaTimes)
- The Braves this year won’t be returning to the Ted (AJC)
- The Falcons somehow lost as well, makes me want to curl up in bed (AJC)
* Read it before it is deleted.
- Delayed payments in 1979 offer glimpse of default costs (Washington Post)
- Army going solar because of explosions not exhausts (Bloomberg)
- When elections used to have repercussions (First Read)
- New effort to get college players compensated for playing (and concussions)(Bloomberg)
- Climate change skeptics more likely to be conspiracy theorists (The Raw Story)
- The Craft Movement brings excitement to beerists (Priceonomics)
- Jeff Bezos Thinks There’s three books you need to be buying (Farnam Street)
- Chinese Philosophy Lifts Off in America without even trying(Chronicle)
- How a Purse Snatching Led to the Legal Justification for NSA Domestic Spying (Wired)
- How does a religion go about dying? (The Guardian)