Louisville news: Metro Council attorney wants proof Judy's green edition [News]

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  • "State officials are waiting for more information from the federal government before deciding what to do about a $28 million interest payment due next month on a federal loan used to pay unemployment benefits." [Bluegrass Politics]
  • "The attorney representing the Louisville Metro Council Charging Committee wants Councilwoman Judy Green, D-1, to provide medical records as evidence to postpone her upcoming removal trial. Earlier this week, Green’s lawyer said the embattled councilwoman was hospitalized at an unnamed facility for an undisclosed medical condition. She is seeking to delay the hearing scheduled for September 12 by at least 30 days." [WFPL]
  • "Versus and NBC will air races from Keeneland Race Course during the fall meet, NBC Sports and the Lexington, Ky., racetrack announced Thursday." [Courier-Journal]
  • "The dispute between a Kentucky man and a surgeon over the necessity of amputating the patient’s penis during surgery in 2008 is set to go to trial this week. The doctor maintains he found cancer in the man’s penis during surgery and that it had to be removed, according to the physician’s attorney. The patient claims the surgery was supposed to be a circumcision and he never authorized the amputation, nor was he given a chance to seek a second opinion." [Chicago Sun Times via Gawker]

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