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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Morning Newsdome: Iran in talks to send nuclear fuel abroad

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>> Scott Brown won Massachusetts' Senate seat, formerly occupied by the late Ted Kennedy, over the dud known as Martha Coakley. Kiss health care reform goodbye, America. (Fox News)

>> A strong aftershock hit Haiti this morning. Also shocking: 3 million Haitians are still in need of food, water, shelter and medical assistance. (CNN)

>> Now that medical marijuana will be available in New Jersey for the deal-of-the-century price of $125/ounce, street dealers will lose customers and profits. They might even have to look for office jobs, which is not easy in this economy. (New York Daily News)

>> Amsterdam's deputy mayor proposed new restrictions on brothels this week, like restricting opening hours and raising the minimum age for prostitutes to 23. Will people still go to Amsterdam then? (Reuters)

>> And finally: a proposal for Iran to send most of its atom fuel abroad remains in talks as an effort to diminish fears it will be used to make bombs. Here's hoping they aren't sent to North Korea. (the Washington Post)

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