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The Daily Memo - 12/24/07

check.jpgR. Kelly finally has a trial date, only six years later, for his kiddy porn case. (The Superficial)

check.jpgChicago’s being sued for issuing tickets to folks who talk on their cells while driving because the law behind those tickets is allegedly not being followed. (Engadget)

check.jpgA Wisconsin Senator wants gamers to pay for programs to rehab juvie delinquents, through a tax on gaming consoles and games. (Gizmodo)

check.jpgCongress has lifted a nine-year ban on publicly-funded needle exchange programs in D.C. (DCist)

check.jpgA woman convicted of executing her husband gets to stay a free woman, being sentenced to 10 years of probation and a $10K fine. (The Brownsville Herald)

check.jpgGod bless Florida — mermaids may soon be on the state payroll. (Tamba Bays’ 10)

check.jpg“Judge sides with man who was fired for posting ‘Dilbert’ comic on office bulletin board.” (Star Tribune)

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"Wisconsin State Senator Jon Erpenbach"

Who(being a politician) is most likely some kind of sexual deviant, should keep his sleazy hands out of gamers pockets.