- Which of the following is NOT one of the reasons listed as why more flights than ever are being delayed across the country?
- Increased security
- More people flying/more planes in the air
- Greater congestion at airports
- Bad weather
- True or False: Barack Obama’s recent delegate lead marks the first time since the campaign began in which he has pulled ahead of Hilary Clinton.
- A bill passed by the United States Senate will allow the government to eavesdrop on large bundles of foreign-based communications on its own authority as long as who specifically are not the targets of their eavesdropping?
- Government officials
- American citizens in general
- Military officials
- The Australian government has presented an official apology to its indigenous people, the Aborigines, for what past practice?
- Low wages and hard work
- Although rejected by the senate, Attorney General Michael Muckasey stands firm behind his proposed guidelines on releasing criminals early for what type of crime?
- Certain drug use
- Auto theft
- True or False: The new “In God We Trust” Kentucky license plates will be distributed for free to those who choose to use them.
- An investigation is pending regarding the suspensions of eight transportation cabinet workers last year for using the Internet for what while at work?
- Non-work related websites
- Pornographic material
- Illegal downloads of music
- Instant messaging
- Kentucky House Bill 446 would prohibit a governor from spending more than half of what funds in the first six months of the fiscal year?
- Secondary education
- Highway construction contingency
- Government technology
- According to the article in Wednesday’s Business section, which popular chain doesn’t have a “dollar menu” or an equivalent cheaper menu and has no intent of introducing one?
- Taco Bell
Answers: 1. A; 2. A; 3. B; 4. C; 5. A;
6. B; 7. A; 8. B; 9. D.
Quiz written by
Taryn Mynear, UK student
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