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    • "Kentucky’s unemployment rate fell below 10 percent last month for the first time since February 2009, the state announced Thursday. The rate in May was 9.8 percent, down from 10 percent in April. A year earlier it was 10.4 percent. The state unemployment rate was as high as 11.1 percent in July and August 2009." [Courier-Journal]
    • "The state has sold more than $7.45 million in surplus land as part of an ongoing-effort to streamline government and generate cash." [Bluegrass Politics]
    • "Senate President David Williams wants two terrorism suspects arrested in Bowling Green to be tried at Guantanamo Bay, saying that the move would ensure the safety of Kentucky residents." [Bluegrass Politics]
    • "Advocates for protection for gay Kentuckians say a recent incident in Hazard further underscores the need for updated civil rights laws. Two gay men, who are also developmentally challenged, were with the group Mending Hearts at the public pool in the Hazard Pavilion. One man reportedly sat on the other’s knee and put his arm around his partner. They were then told to leave. Mending Hearts representatives say workers told them gay people weren’t allowed to swim in the pool. Others say the two were kicked out for violating the policy against public displays of affection." [WFPL]
    • "Louisville Metro Council President Jim King, D-10, is denying accusations that he intimidated Councilwoman Judy Green, D-1, leading up to her dual ethics hearings. Facing removal from the council after the Ethics Commission ruled she deliberately violated the city’s code of ethics, Green and her supporters have made a number of wild allegations as of late. [WFPL]