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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Stephen Graham
You think incumbent politicians are hard to get rid of? Try bedbugs. The blood-sucking insects have made a resurgence in recent years, including reports of them at nine of the hotels being used for Democrats' nominating convention this week in Charlotte.
Listening to Nets coach Avery Johnson, the monster deal to bring Carmelo Anthony from Denver to New Jersey might be on hold.
The New Jersey Nets signed free agent forward Stephen Graham to a two-year contract on Wednesday.
"We did inspect all of the hotels and we do respond to complaints," said Stephen Graham, an environmental supervisor for the Mecklenburg County Health Department. "We're required to inspect them once a year, and we inspected them all after the start of the new fiscal year [July 1]."
General manager Billy King did not release terms of the contract, but a person with knowledge of the deal said Graham received a partially guaranteed contract for this season with a team option for next year.