Two really stupid language mistakes in two separate Associated Press dispatches in the same day. First, from Elkhart:
Ten men in northern Indiana are facing misdemeanor charges of patronizing a prostitute following a two-day sting by Elkhart police.
Police tell The Elkhart Truth (http://bit.ly/zS5p4i ) the arrests were made Friday and Saturday after the men approached a female officer posing as a decoy.
She was a decoy. She was posing as a prostitute. She was not "posing as a decoy."
And from Indianapolis:
Indiana's House of Representatives are set to decide whether voters should make the call on contentious right-to-work legislation.
House is. Representatives are. "House of Representatives" = full title of organization, therefore is. Eyes on the ball, OK?