Read Capital City News for July 25, 2013

TOP STORIES in Capital City News:
• CATS Runs Wild: Scandal, Controversy Rock Agency
• Possible Bid-Rigging of Contract at CATS Puts Pall Over Urban Socialist Enterprise
• CATS Officials Can’t Account for Missing Bus Fare Money for Three Years (and Aren’t Totally Sure It’s Missing!)
• Who Pushed FOR the $165 Million CATS Tax Increase?
• CATS Tax Came Right Out of Community Organizer’s Playbook
• ‘Together Baton Rouge,’ Saul Alinsky, and Snake Oil
• Scott McKay Says Free Market Offers Positive Alternatives to Government-Owned Bus Company
• ‘Together Baton Rouge’ Fought to Take Away BR Metro Council Oversight of CATS Board
• Gov. Bobby Jindal Vetoed Bill by Rep. Regina Barrow Giving CATS a Free Rein
• How to Get Your CATS Tax Back: Only Taxpayers Who File Protests Will Get Refund If Tax Invalidated
• Opinion: Baton Rouge’s Stagnant Population Growth Sends Warning: Don’t Follow Path of Detroit
• Annual North Baton Rouge Reunion Drew 700 ‘Old Timers’ to Reminisce
• Students From Istrouma, Redemptorist, Central, Baker, Glen Oaks, and Other NBR Schools Met Again
• What’s Happening Around Capital Area
• The Remarkable Ulysse Joubert: He Wrote the Book on How to Build a Great School
• Family Forum Holds Youth Leadership Training Camp at Bethany and at State Capitol

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