Stories You Should Know (2/2/2010)

Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL)
Today’s primary election decides the nominees for a long list of important offices, from U.S. Senate to State Treasurer.

Boston Globe (Boston, MA)
Pentagon officials are expected to announce today that they will significantly relax enforcement of the ban on gays serving openly in the military, according to sources inside and outside the military who have been briefed on the plan.

Nashua Telegraph (Nashua, NH)
President Barack Obama will propose today using $30 billion in money repaid from the bailout of big banks to increase small bank lending to small business.

New York Post (New York, NY)
Comic-pundit Stephen Colbert went on a truth-seeking mission with Harold Ford Jr., last night, roasting the likely Senate hopeful over his past statements on gay marriage and abortion rights a week after he criticized him as a flip-flopper on his late-night show.


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