A few highlights from this morning’s ajc.com:
Dire warnings from Perdue, Richardson as House OKs budget. State pays $3 million to Bluffton crash victims. $23.5 million in Georgia stimulus money will hit the road next month. Blakely peanut plant got good reviews from firm it hired. GOP-led House defeats resolution honoring Obama. Lawmaker drops bill to put airport under state control. Atlanta councilman faces subpoena over charity records. John Lewis: Bailed-out firms owe millions in taxes. In Alaska, Palin rejects 30 percent of stimulus funds.
WP: Obama reaches out to iran with holiday video message. NYT: Scorn trails AIG executives, even in their driveways. NYT: Christopher Dodd of Connecticut draws voters’ ire for his bonus role. WSJ: Capitol Journal blog on lessons Lost in the AIG hullabaloo.
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