Morning Newscast: September 9, 2008

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Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.:

Turnout is expected to be light in today’s state primaries; State officials want to tighten control over a corporation that is building a computerized network of medical records. Lawmakers and the Douglas Administration say the additional oversight is needed, since the private organization gets public money; The Old Farmer’s Almanac is looking a little further ahead than usual this year, not only forecasting a cooler winter, but a cooler half century.



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