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February 14, 2009

TODAY'S TOP STORIES





NATIONAL

WSJ: Recovery Package Gets Congressional Approval
NYT: Stimulus Plan Receives Final Approval in Congress
WaPo: Congress Passes Stimulus Package
Washington Times: Congress approves stimulus package
Boston Globe: Compromise bill highlights
Wikipedia: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
LA Times: Economic stimulus money will reach nearly all
WaPo: Billions Slated For Area Schools, Transportation
WaPo: Stimulus Includes $5 Billion Flexible Fund for Education Innovation
WaPo: Congress Trumps Obama by Cuffing Bonuses for CEOs
WaPo: The Best Stimulus Targets
Politico: Economists predict stimulus effects
Hill: Blogs follow partisan tone of stimulus vote
CQ Politics: The Stimulus Bill: How Its Tax and Other Provisions Affect You
CQ Politics: Senate Clears Stimulus Package Without a Vote to Spare
WSJ: Obama to Shift Focus to Budget Deficit
NYT: Stimulus Plan Tightens Reins on Wall St. Pay
NYT: A Smaller, Faster Stimulus Plan, but Still With a Lot of Money
NYT: Bipartisanship Isnt So Easy, Obama Discovers
NYT: Specter, a Fulcrum of the Stimulus Bill, Pulls Off a Coup for Health Money
SF Chronicle: Stimulus aid coming for poor, disabled students
WSJ: GM to Offer Two Choices: Bankruptcy or More Aid
WSJ: Obama's Rhetoric Is the Real 'Catastrophe'
WSJ: The Great Interest Rate Wave
WSJ: House Financial Services: Committee on Doubt and Uncertainty
AP: The economic stimulus plan: Who wins and who loses
AP/Taylor: House OKs $787B stimulus bill with GOP opposition
YouTube: Video: GOP Leader Boehner Floor Speech Opposing Trillion-Dollar Spending Bill

AP/Zibel: Obama to outline plan to help homeowners next week; lenders halt foreclosures

CQ Politics: Judge Holds Stevens Prosecutors in Contempt
AP: Judge Holds Stevens Prosecutors in Contempt

Hill: Conyers issues second Rove subpoena
CQ Politics: Conyers Summons Former Bush Adviser Rove, Again

WSJ: 'Public Interest' Lawyers Say Leave the Homeless to Rot

Politico: Sunday talk show tip sheet



RNC CHAIR



Jeb Bush: Republicans Must Be a National Party

NEW YORK

NY Post: Paterson shows P.R. guru the door
AP/Gormley: Paterson says soda tax plan fizzles but raises obesity issue
NY Post: Eliot's Gal Clothes Hook
NYDN/Benjamin: Odds And Ends

MINNESOTA



Star Tribune: Recount trial: Coleman dealt blow, but no knockout
Pioneer Press: Rules are rules, judges say in reducing absentee votes
CQ Politics: Court Throws Out Some Minnesota Senate Ballots, More Still in Dispute
Hill: Court narrows focus in Coleman lawsuit
Politico: Setback for Coleman
AP/Dunbar: Judges in Minn. Senate trial say absentee ballot problems not widespread

CALIFORNIA


SacBee: California budget deal depends on voters' approvals
SacBee: State deficit: The political process
SacBee: Governor puts off sending layoff notices to 20,000
SF Chronicle: Legislators compromise over budget
AP: CA lawmakers plan vote Saturday on critical budget package to solve $42 billion shortfall
Washington Times: Calif. tax hikes may swallow stimulus
NYT: Editorial: Californias Crowded Prisons

FLORIDA

St. Petersburg Times: Crist says Florida will get $10 billion, more jobs from stimulus

ILLINOIS

Chicago Sun-Times: Blago hit up Burris for cash

INDIANA

Hill: Republicans line up for a shot at Burton

MISSISSIPPI

NYT: Civil Rights Hero, Now a Judge, Is Indicted in a Bribery Case

ARKANSAS

AP/Shea: Arkansas considers allowing hidden guns in churches

PENNSYLVANIA

Rasmussen: Specter Vote For Stimulus Hurts Him Back Home

MICHIGAN

Detroit News: Stimulus bill passes; Mich. may get $18B
Detroit FP: Karmanos: Kilpatrick slips up, he's out

NEW HAMPSHIRE



Boston Globe: Gregg's withdrawal leaves Washington and N.H. reeling

MASSACHUSETTS

Boston Globe: Two top Patrick aides to testify: Pair subpoenaed in Cognos probe


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February 13, 2009

TODAY'S TOP STORIES



NATIONAL

WaPo: Gregg Withdraws As Commerce Pick
WSJ: 'Irresolvable Conflicts' With Obama on Stimulus, Census
NYT: Gregg Ends Bid for Commerce Job
Washington Times: Gregg pullout presages census debate
Boston Globe: In stunning shift, Gregg pulls out
Boston Globe: Statements from Gregg and the White House
WSJ: Judd Gregg's "change of heart."
WaPo: Gregg's Withdrawal Becomes a Partisan Issue
WaPo: Gregg Withdraws as Commerce Nominee
WaPo: Gregg Links Withdrawal to Census Concerns
Politico: 'I couldn't be Judd Gregg'
Politico: Conflicting WH responses to Gregg
Hill: Judd Greggs withdrawal jolts Obama
Politico: Godspeed, Bonnie Newman
WaPo: Rove: Second Thoughts
AP/Babington: Gregg withdrawal hands a new distraction to Obama amid economic crisis
AP/Yen: Gregg withdrawal creates uncertainty in plans for census
AP: Obama nominees who have withdrawn from consideration
Politico: Judd Gregg: New GOP hero
NY Post: Editorial: A Principled Politician
Time: After Gregg Jilts Obama, Washington Assesses the Damage

WP: Sifting Through Details of Deal: Lawmakers Assess Gains & Losses In Stimulus Package
WSJ: Next Challenge on Stimulus: Spending All That Money
WSJ: Emanuel Says Obama Team Lost Message on Stimulus
NYT: Even After the Deal, Tinkering Goes On
NYT: Details of a Trimmer Stimulus Emerge
NYT: Stimulus Bills Tax Breaks and Benefits
WSJ: GE, Tech Win Big in Stimulus Bill
WSJ: Debt Buyback Tax Break Wins Inclusion in Stimulus Deal
Reuters: Republican governors at odds on U.S. stimulus cash
WSJ/Strassel: Obama's Enablers in Chief: Three Republicans voted for stimulus
Rush Limbaugh: Obama's Stimulus: $13 a Week
Rush Limbaugh: The Coming Liberal Economic Spin
Rush Limbaugh: Porkulus: The Depressing Details
Hill: Conference tactics leave deep House resentment
Hill: Early GOP ad on stimulus uninspiring
AP/Sidoti: Stimulus bill produces lots of winners and losers
AP/Herbert: Lawmakers strip $50 billion pro-nuclear loan guarantee from stimulus package
Boston Globe: What the $789 billion stimulus would do for consumers
LA Times: Nation's schools would get $106 billion from federal economic stimulus package
Houston Chronicle: Compromise on stimulus bill gives NASA $1 billion
RCP: Video: Graham, Boxer Spar on Senate Floor Over Stimulus

NYT: Ailing Banks May Require More Aid to Keep Solvent
WSJ: Derivatives Oversight Spurs House Turf Battle
WSJ/Zywicki: Don't Let Judges Tear Up Mortgage Contracts
WSJ: Big Labor threatens banks on 'card check'

Politico: Menendez targets nine GOP seats
Hill: Democratic Senate campaign leader says Republicans ought to be afraid

WaPo: Republicans Continue to Hammer White House Over Census

NYT: Panetta Confirmed for C.I.A. Post

SF Chronicle: Labor nominee Solis up for full Senate vote

WSJ: Hillary Clinton Heads to Asia, Signaling China Is a U.S. Priority

Peggy Noonan: Is 'Octomom' America's Future?
Charles Krauthammer: Will Obama Defend Iraq's Gains?



Fox: Obama Picks Seattle's Top Cop for Drug Czar
Seattle PI: Kerlikowske seen as a progressive
Seattle Times: Gil Kerlikowske timeline
Buffalo News: Ex-Buffalo police commissioner named Obama's drug czar

WSJ/Taranto: Global warmists make "scientific" predictions by consulting political calendar

Politico: Video: What's Bush been up to?



NEW YORK

NYDN: Bam plan may mean big bucks for NY jobs, schools, Medicaid

MidHudsonNews: Tedisco wins support of state Conservatives
Post Star: Sportsmens group endorses Tedisco
Albany TU: Tedisco wont commit to attending leaders meetings
Schenectady Gazette: Tedisco campaign gets outside help

Albany TU: DSCC head expects to back Gillibrand

NYT: Health Care Groups Soften Attacks on Governors Budget Cuts
CBS: Paterson Admits Obesity Tax Plan Has Failed

Buffalo News: Hoyt bill would tie more strings to company tax breaks

Newsday: Hundreds of same-sex couples attempt to marry in NYC

Newsday: Caesar Trunzo to step down as Islip GOP chairman

CALIFORNIA

LA Times: Stimulus deal could mean $26 billion for California
SacBee: White House: California to gain 396,000 jobs under stimulus plan
WSJ: California Budget Plan Still Shy of Votes
AP/Thompson: Court weighs contempt motion: unfunded prison health care reforms
LA Times: California's foreclosure pace slows in January

FLORIDA



St. Petersburg Times: Crist takes heat from Republicans for supporting stimulus package
Miami Herald: GOP seethes over Crist's stimulus-plan support
Orlando Sentinel: Bailout package won't solve all of Florida's financial problems
Orlando Sentinel: 3.8 million Floridians lack health insurance
Tallahassee Democrat: Bill would enforce sales tax collection

TEXAS

Dallas MN: Straus gives Dallas-area lawmakers plum Texas House committee posts
Dallas MN: Resist spending, conservatives urge Texas Legislature

MINNESOTA



CQ Politics: Minnesota Judges Expected to Rule Monday on Ballot Parameters
Star Tribune: Senate recount trial turns on what exactly a 'legal' absentee ballot is
Pioneer Press: Coleman argues flawed absentee ballots should count
AP/Condon: Judges in Minn. Senate trial to rule soon on big batches of absentees
AP/Condon: Pace picking up in Minn. Senate trial
KARE: Senate trial lawyers skirmish over meaning of voting rules
Star Tribune: Judges will hear which absentee ballots should count today

NEW HAMPSHIRE

CQ Politics: The State of New Hampshires 2010 Political Chessboard
Hill: Rep. Hodes will stay in N.H. Senate race

PENNSYLVANIA

Hill: Rep. Moran: Murtha not worried over raid

ILLINOIS

Hill: Young and wealthy Illinois treasurer eyes Burris seat
Chicago Tribune: Spirited race is set for Emanuel's seat
Chicago Tribune: Blagojevich lifts lid on future act

NEW JERSEY

AP/Delli Santi: NJ Supreme Court asked to hear Corzine-Katz e-mail case

MICHIGAN

AP/Goodman: $7B for Michigan in U.S. deal
Detroit News: Kilpatrick backer now his employer

MASSACHUSETTS

Boston Globe: Massachusetts releases funds wish list
Boston Globe: Patrick stimulus chief was fired from state post

TENNESSEE

American Spectator/Prowler: Obama's Man From Tennessee

OHIO

Columbus Dispatch: Ohio's share of stimulus will fund projects, patch the budget
Cleveland PD: Stimulus could save or create 133,000 Ohio jobs
Cleveland PD: Stimulus falls short of Ohio's expectations, budget cuts loom





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February 12, 2009

TODAY'S TOP STORIES





NATIONAL

NYT: Obamas Battle on Stimulus Shows Threats to His Agenda
WSJ: Lawmakers Reach Deal on a $789.5 Billion Stimulus Bill
WaPo: House, Senate Negotiators Reach Agreement on Stimulus
NYT: Negotiators Reach Accord on Stimulus Plan
Washington Times: Deal reached on historic stimulus
AP/Abrams: Highlights of economic stimulus plan
WaPo: For Insight on Stimulus Battle, Look to the '30s
Hill: Rahms fingerprints all over package, tactics
WSJ: Exactly How Does Stimulus Work?
NYT: That ‘Buy American’ Provision
WSJ: Big Business Loses Out on Tax Break Under Stimulus Deal
WSJ: The Real Stimulus Burden

Ann Coulter: Goodbye, America! It was fun while it lasted
George Will: Runaway Stimulus
Matt Kinnaman: Civic sacrilege mars Lincoln’s birthday
Karl Rove: Obama's Legislative Victory Comes at High Cost



WaPo: Key GOP Senator in Stimulus Deal Is Known for Centrist Approach
Time: How Maine's GOP Senators Are Key to Obama's Agenda
American Spectator: The Unseen Hand of Arlen Specter?
Dick Morris: Benedict Arnolds of the GOP
Nicholas Kristof: Escaping the Bust Bowl



WSJ: Bank Chiefs' Charm Fails to Defuse Lawmakers' Ire
NYT: Lawmakers Challenge Bankers on Bailout
WaPo: Lawmakers Line Up Bankers, Unleash Anger of the Masses
WaPo: Geithner Defends Slow Rollout of Rescue Details
LA Times: FBI expects number of major financial bailout fraud cases to rise
Boston Globe: In grilling, bank executives offer assurances
Rush Limbaugh: A Full-Scale Assault on Capitalism
Rush Limbaugh: Our Time Will Come, Liberals
Rasmussen: 56% Oppose Any More Government Help For Banks

WSJ: Senate Panel Approves Solis as Labor Secretary
Hill: Solis affidavit moves Labor bid forward
AP: Senate approves Lynn; Solis and Panetta advance
AP/Flaherty: Senate confirms former lobbyist as Pentagon No. 2



AP/Deslatte: Jindal tapped to give national GOP response to Obama's speech to Congress
USA Today: Jindal will give Republican address after Obama's
Politico: Jindal vs. Obama

WSJ: Lawmaker Says Treasury May Need More Funds

WaPo: In Record Numbers, Employers Move to Block Unemployment Payouts

NewsMax: Sarah Palin Forced to Cancel CPAC Appearance



Salt Lake Tribune: Utah a step closer to a fourth House seat
Darrell Issa: Census should be free from politics

RNC CHAIR

Politico: Conant to stay at RNC

Rasmussen: Parties Now Neck-and-Neck on Generic Congressional Ballot
Rasmussen: On Economic Issues, Voter Trust in Democrats Is Falling
Politico: GOP hopes to rebound with ads

American Thinker: The Emerging Liberal Oligarchy

NEW YORK



CQ Politics: March 31 Penciled In For New York House Special Election
Albany TU: March 31 likely for House test
Business Review: Murphy, Tedisco to square off March 31
Albany TU: Tedisco: Now we will (with video)
Post Star: Tedisco: Congress should seriously look at capping CEO salaries

Star Gazette: Paterson signals flexibility on Empire Zones
Fox23: New York State Budget Woes
PoliticsHudson: State Senate Gets Interactive
NYT: Uncovering the Perks of Albanys Fallen G.O.P.
NYDN/Benjamin: Paterson stands pat with executive staff, despite infighting

Business Week: Cuomo blasts Merrill executives on bonus plan
NY Post: Andy takes a sly poke at Paterson

WNYT: Silver pushes millionaire's tax
NY Post: Top Senate Dem Attax Silver plan

NY Post: Schumer aide eyed for fed job as Manhattan US Atty
NYDN: Sen. Chuck Schumer pushes own chief counsel for U.S. Attorney spot

Rochester D&C: GOP attacks Massa for taking corporate PAC funds

NY1: Bloomberg says federal stimulus deal may save city jobs
WNYC: New York's Republican Mayor?

Albany TU: Chief judge set to tackle pay issue

NEW JERSEY



Star-Ledger: Former Gov. Tom Kean endorses Chris Christie

MINNESOTA

Star Tribune: Pawlenty: State deficit could hit $6 billion to $7 billion

Star Tribune: Franken lawyer says Coleman doing a turn-around on some ballots
Star Tribune: Ritchie calls for early voting, fewer recounts
NewsMax: GOP Colleagues Pitch in on Coleman's Legal Fees
Star Tribune: Coleman, Franken back in D.C.
AP/Condon: Judges' order could shorten Minn. Senate trial
City Pages: Reid says he won't try to seat Franken until trial concludes
Hill: GOP senators to raise funds for Coleman
Hill: GOP senators in no hurry for Minn. seat to be filled
ABA Journal: Al Franken Outspends Opponent on Legal Fees by 6-1

Star Tribune: New push for medical marijuana legalization
Bemidji Pioneer: Medical marijuana debate revived

CALIFORNIA


Sac Bee: Governor, key legislators reach deficit-fixing accord
Sac Bee: Editorial: Compromise on budget looks fair
Sac Bee: Furloughs boost governor's muscle at bargaining table
LA Times: Schwarzenegger, legislative leaders settle on budget framework
SF Chronicle: State officials work on final items in budget
WSJ: California Nears Budget-Balancing Deal

TEXAS

Dallas MN: Texas Republicans aim to bar Guantnamo detainees from state, U.S.
AP/Shannon: Kinky Friedman may run again for governor
Austin AS: Chief justice seeks to abolish judicial elections

FLORIDA

Hill: Florida Senate poll shows Crist annihilating field
NRO: Crist, Mack Lead Early Florida Senate Buzz
Orlando Sentinel: Crist may not be able to prevent more cuts
Herald Tribune: Crist: Federal stimulus means state may not have to raise taxes
TD: Charlie Crist: Lincoln, NAACP remind us of the essence of equality

Sun-Sentinel: South Florida's top federal prosecutor a top candidate for FIU law school job

Miami Herald: GOP official wants to reclaim her post
Tampa Tribune: Republican Bosses Join E-Mail Fray

GEORGIA

Athens BH: Editorial: State should take serious look at tax breaks
Atlanta JC: Senate decides against a veto fight with Gov. Sonny Perdue

SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston PC: Columbia lawyer seeks state GOP post
Rock Hill Herald: York County's McCall endorses Floyd for state GOP chair

ILLINOIS

Chicago Sun-Times: Blago: State lawmakers cheat on spouses, drink too much
Politico: Dems worry about Burris in 2010

PENNSYLVANIA

Politico: Pelosi concerned about a Murtha probe
Politico: Specter a target for GOP, Dems

OHIO


Cleveland PD: Three candidates to help GOP hang on to Voinovich's Senate seat

Columbus Dispatch: State budget director defends spending plan
Cincinnati Enquirer: Ohio GOP plan: Help grads buy houses

MICHIGAN

Detroit FP: Stimulus has perks for Michigan
Detroit News: State prison, health funds face ax

Detroit News: Report: Kilpatrick will work for Compuware affiliate
Detroit FP: Kilpatrick expected to get Compuware job
Detroit FP: Monica Conyers: Re-election might not be worth it

VIRGINIA

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Candidates try their hand at being comics

AP/Lewis: GOP anti-union amendment passes in Va. House

TENNESSEE

Tennessean: Tennessee Deputy House Speaker presides
Nashville Scene: GOP Buys Ad to Attack Williams in Hometown Paper
Tennessean: Tennessee names Mark Goins as elections coordinator

MISSISSIPPI

Sun Herald: Stimulus bills come with no guarantees
Calhoun County Journal: Maxwell Appointed To Court Of Appeals
Jackson Free Press: Barbour Ignoring Black Judge Applicants?

CONNECTICUT

Hartford Courant: GOP Lawmakers Propose Sweeping Budget Cuts

NEW MEXICO

Politico: Bill Richardson tarnished by scandal


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February 11, 2009

TODAY'S TOP STORIES



NATIONAL

WSJ: Market Pans Bank Rescue Plan: Short on Details About Bad Assets, Mortgages
NYT: Bailout Plan: $2.5 Trillion and a Strong U.S. Hand
NYT: Stocks Slide as New Bailout Disappoints
Fox: Republican Senator Corker Says Financial Overhaul Is Too 'Vague'
ABC/Tapper: Senate Republicans Grill Geithner for Greater Detail on Financial Plan
Washington Times: Obama bank plan skids on Wall Street
NYT: Vulture Investors Eye Bad Assets, but Warily
WaPo: Wall Street Slams Plan With Sell-Off
WaPo: Wall Street's Sharp Rebuke To Rescue Short on Detail
WaPo: Geithner Plan Lacks Freshness And Clarity
WaPo: Facing Oversight, Banks Go on Offense
WSJ: Treasury Secretary Gets a Chilly Reception
NYT: For Geithners Debut, a Lukewarm Reception
WSJ: Geithner at the Improv: Amid more public uncertainty, private capital flees
WaPo: Prospective Buyers of Toxic Assets Wary of Plan
WSJ: Another Trillion-Dollar Hole: The "fair value" of banks' goodwill could be close to zero
WSJ: The Unmentionable Bank Solution: It's all about "regulatory forbearance."
WSJ: Why Markets Dissed the Geithner Plan
WSJ: Wall Street Mocked American Values
Thomas Friedman: The Open-Door Bailout
NYDN: Who might benefit from the bailout
Rasmussen: 75% Oppose Nationalization of U.S. Banks





WSJ: Obama Seeks to Restore Some Stimulus Spending
WaPo: Senate, House Begin Talks on Stimulus
NYT: Senate Approves Stimulus and Begins Intense Talks
NYT: Maine Senators Break With Republican Party on Stimulus
Commentary: More on Specters Stimulus Support
LA Times: Deal on stimulus bills mired in details
NYT: Senate Approves Stimulus Plan
WSJ: Stimulus Bill Poses Political Risks for Both Parties
WSJ: Tax Break Divides Large, Small Builders
WSJ: Handful of Firms Benefit in Senate Bill
WSJ: Reaganomics vs. Obamanomics
WaPo: Obama Paints America's Choice as His Plan or Nothing
Washington Times: Obama stakes presidency on stimulus
WaPo/Gerson: Obama in the Shallows
WaPo/Parker: So Far, Obama Amateur Hour
Politico: Huckabee: Stimulus is 'anti-religious'
WSJ: A Health-Tech Monopoly: Another surprise in the stimulus fine print



WaPo: Taking Apart the $819 billion Stimulus Package



Time: GOP Governors: Split over Obama's Stimulus Plan
WaPo: States Counting on Stimulus Aid to Balance Budgets
AP/Fouhy: Obama's outreach to GOP govs has its limits
Rush Limbaugh: Outrage Over Socialized Health Care Hidden Inside Porkulus Bill
Rush Limbaugh: Americans Beg Their President for Free Stuff at Town Hall Meeting
Gather: Limbaugh's Approval Rating Depends on Your Party Affiliation

Boston Globe: GOP makes Pelosi focus in stimulus fight



WSJ: Obama Aims to Help Homeowners, Wins Endorsement of Fla. Governor
WSJ: Finding a Way to Stem Foreclosures Proves Tricky

WSJ: Obama's Press List: Membership shall have its privileges

WSJ: Bernanke Defends Efforts to Unclog Credit

Rush Limbaugh: Shocker: Electronic Money Market Run Nearly Destroyed US Economy

Dick Morris: Hillarys incredible, shrinking role

Politico: House Dems to give up pay raise
AP: Lawmakers to Give Up Pay Raise

Boston Globe: Lynn nomination held up
AP/Flaherty: Senate delays confirmation of Pentagon deputy
UPI: Pentagon nominee to face recusal difficulties
Reuters: Senate may vote on Pentagon nominee Lynn on Wednesday

WaPo: 500 TV Stations Still Plan to Make Digital Switch Next Week

RNC CHAIR

Michael Barone: Steele Owes His Victory to Puerto Rico, Other Territories
Politico: Island bloc expects Steele payback
Politico: Steele's deal
AP: New GOP chairman is Right to Life keynoter
Pocono Record: GOP's Steele and Limbaugh Republicans
American Thinker: What Michael Steele Should Do

Balt Sun: New questions arise over Steele campaign's payments to sister's defunct company

SOUTH CAROLINA



State: Senators: Hall should lead GOP | Bio
SC Politics: Hall endorsed by Graham, DeMint for S.C. GOP chair
State: South Carolina State GOP chairman Katon Dawson won't seek re-election

NEW YORK

NYDN/Benjamin: Skelos: 'Biggest One-Shot In History'
Albany TU: How Paterson will dole out that infrastructure cash

NY Post: 'Millionaire tax' still in play with Paterson
Albany TU: Millionaires tax on deck

Albany TU: Cuomo calls for less local government

WXXA: Sen. Skelos to Governor: Redo Budget
Empire State News: Senate Republicans call on governor to resubmit executive budget

NYT: Former New York City Public Advocate Wants the Job Back
NYT: Green to Run for Public Advocate

NYT: Chief Judge Nominee Draws on Administrative Skill

AP: Rangel keeps House chair
Hill: Dems table GOP ethics resolution on Rangel

Albany TU: Bruno trial slated for November

MINNESOTA



Star Tribune: Judges add 23 to Franken's count, but it's far from over
Pioneer Press: 23 rejected absentee ballots to be counted, judges rule, more may follow
AP: More Ballots to Count in Minnesota Senate Race
WaPo/Cillizza: Mr. Franken Comes to Washington

CALIFORNIA




LA Times: GOP gubernatorial candidate Whitman outlines stands
LA Times: Who's this Meg Whitman who wants to run California?
PC Magazine: eBay's Whitman Running for California Governor
Guardian UK: Former eBay CEO announces bid to become California's governor
Internet News: Whitman's eBay Legacy Could Help, Haunt Bid

LA Times: Governor threatens to lay off 10,000 state workers
WSJ: California's Pain Is Only Beginning: Cuts to Parks, Schools and Roads
CNN: Schwarzenegger says state worker layoffs looming
Mercury News: Democrats have tough time reaching state budget deal
LA Times: California budget talks marked by secrecy
AP/Williams: Schwarzenegger: Layoffs coming if no budget by Friday

TEXAS

AP: Perry keeps up bailout criticism
Houston Chronicle: Why Perry gave a pass to Cornyn
Dallas MN: Texas senators both vote against stimulus bill
Star-Telegram: Texas' senators miss votes during stimulus debate
Dallas MN: Cornyn skips Senate vote on stimulus to raise money in New York
Politico: Cornyn, found
AP/Shannon: Kinky Friedman may run again for governor

FLORIDA

Hill: Obama gets bipartisan boost from Crist

PENNSYLVANIA



WSJ: FBI Raided Defense-Related Lobbying Firm Linked to Murtha
WaPo: Raided Firms Have Murtha Ties: Two Companies Have Benefited From Earmarks
ABC: FBI Raided Lobbying Firm Connected to Murtha
NYT: U.S. Raids a Lobbying Firm With Ties to a Congressman

OHIO


Columbus Business First: Senate Republicans lay out priorities
Youngstown Vindicator: State GOP caucus unveils 10 legislative priorities
Chillicothe Gazette: Ohio senators split on stimulus vote
Business Courier: Strickland taps PUCO chairman for 3rd term

TENNESSEE



NYT: Tennessee House Member Wins Top Job, but Loses Party
KnoxNews: Bredesen Leaving Republicans Out of the Loop?

ALASKA

WSJ: Palin Ally, Under Fire, Resigns Alaska Post
NYT: Agent Claims Evidence on Stevens Was Concealed

VERMONT

WSJ: Lazy Leahy: Vermont's senior senator seeks to outsource his own job
NYT: Judiciary Chairman Calls for Commission to Delve into Bush Practices

VIRGINIA

Washington Times: Kaine rips smoking-ban amendments
WaPo: Editorial: Virginia lawmakers approve a landmark smoking ban

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Union Leader: Gregg's non-votes get reaction back home
Boston Globe: Gregg declines to cast any votes in Senate
UNH: Former UNH interim president tapped to replace Gregg in Senate

CONNECTICUT



Hartford Courant: Q Poll: Rell's Popularity High, Dodd's Approval Sinks | M. Jodi Rell bio
Hartford Courant: Voters Pan Dodd In Poll Following Countrywide Controversy
CNN: Poll suggests Sen. Dodd could face tough re-election next year
Journal Inquirer: Governors approval surges, Dodd hits new low
Hartford Courant: Dodd's Popularity Sliding; Lieberman Could Lose
AP: Rell's Popularity High Despite Budget Woes
Hartford Courant: Rell Bars Abusive Double-Dipping By State Retirees

NORTH CAROLINA

Charlotte Observer: State GOP offers probation remedy

MICHIGAN

Detroit News: Police drive Conyers' son to private school
Detroit FP: Insults escalated in spat between Conyers, Kenyatta
Detroit News: $4.7B for Michigan in stimulus
Fox: Rep. Hoekstra Defends Use of Twitter in Iraq, Afghanistan
Grand Rapids Press: Pete Hoekstra says Twitter is another way he is 'very transparent'

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February 10, 2009

TODAY'S TOP STORIES



NATIONAL

WSJ: Senate Stimulus Bill Passes Key Test Vote, Obama Makes Pitch for Economy
WaPo: Senate to Vote Today on Stimulus Bill: 3 Republicans Join Move to Cut Off Debate
NYT: Senate Clears Path for Vote on $838 Billion Stimulus
NYT: By Slim Margin, Senate Advances Stimulus Bill
Politico: Senate advances stimulus package
CQ Politics: Latest Version of Stimulus Leaves Little Room for Negotiation
CNS: Specter Says Stimulus Must Emerge from Conference Committee 'Virtually Intact' to Win
Washington Times: GOP plan to block stimulus fails
Rush Limbaugh: Stand on Principle, Republicans
Rush Limbaugh: Porkulus Anger Rivals Amnesty
Rick Moran: A GOP Turncoat's mealy mouthed defense
Rasmussen: 62% Want Stimulus Plan to Have More Tax Cuts, Less Spending

NYT: Obama Says Failing to Act Could Lead to a Catastrophe
WSJ: Obama Warns of 'Lost Decade'
Politico: Obama paints bleak economic picture
NYT: Taking on Critics, Obama Puts Aside Talk of Unity
Dana Milbank: Again With the Depression? Great.
American Spectator: Preparing for Failure
Rush Limbaugh: Unpresidential Obama Loses Cool, Flees DC to Push the Porkulus Bill

NYT: As Aid Vote Nears, Governors Dial for Dollars
AP/Fouhy: State budgets being delayed by stimulus debate
WSJ: Republican Governors Pick Sides at Their Own Risk
USA Today: Florida's GOP Gov. will introduce Obama tomorrow
WSJ: Gov. Crist to Join Obama at Townhall Meeting to Pitch Stimulus



NRO: 50 De-Stimulating Facts
WaPo: In Stimulus Bills, A Windfall for Agency Budgets
WSJ: Drug Makers Fight Stimulus Provision
Betsy McCaughey: Ruin Your Health With the Obama Stimulus Plan
Tulsa Today: Executive Encephalitis
NYT: Editorial: A Better Stimulus Bill
WSJ: Pelosi's Indefensible Bill
WSJ: There's No Stimulus Free Lunch: It's hard to spend wise and spend fast
WSJ: The Missing Obama Tax Cut: The capital-gains tax for small businesses
WSJ: The Return of Welfare As We Knew It
WaPo: Editorial: Congress struggles to weed out the weaker parts of the stimulus bill

WaPo: New Bailout May Top $1.5 Trillion
Washington Times: Public-private aid seen for toxic loans
WSJ: Banks to Get Stress Test Before Aid
NYT: Geithner Said to Have Prevailed on the Bailout
NYT: Calls for Clarity in New Bailout for U.S. Banks
David Brooks: Geithner's Plan: Showing Some Discipline
Washington Times: Bailout recipients keep donating

WSJ: Why Obama Wants Control of the Census

WSJ: Rushing to Justice: A confirmation is about information
WSJ: HHS Candidate Bredesen Draws Fire, Fights Back
WaPo: Generous Severance for Some Administration Officials
WaPo: Interior Official Was Nabbed in FBI Sting
WaPo: Prosecutors Want Barry Jailed Over Tax Returns
Hill: Lawmakers skip taxes on family travel

Rush Limbaugh: Gallup Polls Rush Approval Rating
Seattle PI: Obama Up, Republicans down in Gallup Poll

AP: S.E.C. Enforcement Director Is Leaving Post

Forbes: America's Most Miserable Cities

WSJ: Plouffe to Donate Speaking Fee to Pro-Democracy Groups
Politico: Gephardt pays $42K FEC fine

WaPo: Looking With Interest at 2010 Money

LA Times: Rove versus leakers: Government leaks in the media can cause serious harm

WaPo: Bush Faithful Rewarded With Jobs: On the Way Out, He Placed Aides and GOP Donors

DMN: Head of Family Research Council, once a GOP stalwart, says party has to win him back
US News: Is Tony Perkins's Criticism of the GOP Genuine?

HollyScoop: Sarah Palin Movie in the Works



NEW YORK



NYDN: Republican congressman Pete King says Kirsten Gillibrand flip-flops
NYT: New Senator Vows to New Yorkers to Take Wider View on Gun Issues
NYT: Gillibrand Says DAmato Isnt in the Picture

NYT: Plan to Raise Taxes on the Rich Is Gaining Momentum
Albany TU: Cuomo speaks to redundancy of local government structures
NY Post: 3 Conservative Cheers for Cuomo

Albany TU: DCCC hasnt abandoned the 20th CD

Examiner: Young Republicans prez on failure of NY GOP
Examiner: Who are the NYC Young Republicans?

Buffalo News/McCarthy: Wojtaszek eyes the state

NY Observer: Bloomberg Gets One-Man Standing Ovation From Republicans

MINNESOTA

Pioneer Press: Franken & Coleman camps agree not to count late-arriving absentee ballots
Star Tribune: Senate recount trial resumes: Judges ponder Franken objection
AP: Minnesota Senate Trial Judges Hope to Speed Up Process
AP: Franken lawyer hits Coleman team for trial tedium
Pioneer Press: Was your absentee ballot rejected? Search our database

CALIFORNIA




LA Times: Meg Whitman, EBay's former CEO, joins California governor's race
Sac Bee: Republican Whitman launches 2010 bid for governor
Mercury News: Meg Whitman edges toward run for California governor
SF Chronicle: Meg Whitman off and running
WSJ: Meg Whitman Launches Exploratory Committee for California Governor
NYT: Meg Whitman Entering the Race for Governor
WaPo: CA-Gov: Whitman's In
US News: Republican Meg Whitman to Run for California Governor

Sac Bee: Schwarzenegger sues Chiang over furloughs
AP/Lin: Schwarzenegger sues to furlough more Calif workers
AP: Calif. leaders take a break from budget talks
SF Chronicle: Counties brace for missed payments from state
NYT: Court Orders California to Cut Prison Population
Bloomberg: California Debt Downgrade Puts Credit Below Louisiana

TENNESSEE



Memphis Commercial Appeal: TN Republicans throw House speaker out of the party
Chattanooga TFP: Republicans boot Speaker Williams
Marc Ambinder: Mr. Republican Speaker, You're Not A Republican Anymore
TriCities: Tennessee GOP Ousts House Speaker Kent Williams
Memphis Flyer: Williams Says He's Still a Republican as Democrats Ask Him to Switch

AP: Memphis Mayor Focus of Federal Grand Jury

VIRGINIA

WaPo: Va. House Approves Ban on Smoking
AP/Lewis: Smoking curbs clear hurdle in home of Marlboro man
Richmond Times-Dispatch: Weaker smoking ban backed

NORTH CAROLINA

Politico: Pelosi, Reid have "failed," Shuler says

FLORIDA



Sarasota Herald-Tribune: Question: 'Morning Joe' or Sen. Joe?
Politico: Scarborough for Senate?

Miami Herald: Senate budget chief wants to cut lieutenant governor's security
Orlando Sentinel: Editorial: The lieutenant governor's tab for air travel is outlandish
Miami Herald: Editorial: Now boarding: The privileged class

PENNSYLVANIA



Philadelphia Inquirer: Torsella says he'll run for U.S. Senate
AP: Philly civic leader to seek Specter's Senate seat
Morning Call: Montco Democrat wants to challenge Specter for Senate seat in 2010
Philadelphia Daily News: Torsella wants Specter's seat
AP: Biographical facts about Joe Torsella

TEXAS



Dallas MN: Perry, Hutchison spar on stimulus talks, UT regent's exit
AP/Shannon: Perry, Hutchison take swipes
Dallas MN: Bailout issue boils between Hutchison and Perry
Examiner: Texas Dems blast Hutchison, her D.C. office issues response
AOL: Conservatives Question KBH's Abortion Stance

NEVADA

Las Vegas Sun: Ensigns hard line upsets some in GOP

ARIZONA

Arizona Daily Star: Tax repeal among House GOP priorities
Arizona Republic: Ending state tax is a top priority, Republicans say

IOWA



AP/Glover: King says he's pondering a run for Iowa governor
Radio Iowa: King ponders bid for governor in 2010

OHIO

Cleveland PD: Ohio's stimulus money dwindles in compromise
Toledo Blade: Governor Ted Strickland sees devastation if aid evaporates

MICHIGAN

Detroit News: Rep. Dingell to become America's longest-serving congressman



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February 9, 2009

TODAY'S TOP STORIES



NATIONAL

NYT: In Congress, Aides Start to Map Talks on Stimulus
WSJ: Democrats Target Tuesday for $827 Billion Plan, but Differences With House Remain
WaPo: If Spending Is Swift, Oversight May Suffer
NYT: Already Back on the Trail, Now to Sell a Stimulus Plan
WaPo: Stimulus Pitch Absorbs Agenda
NYT: Spending More Than $800 Billion Is the Easy Part
WSJ: The Last Thing Employers Need: A screening program that doesn't work
Washington Times: 'Bloated spending' ricochets on GOP
Politico: Shelby: Stimulus 'the socialist way'
CNN: Stimulus will lead to 'disaster,' Republican warns
WaPo: GOP Sees Positives In Negative Stand: Leaders Seize On Spending Issue
Arlen Specter: Why I Support the Stimulus
Politico: LaHood pushes for GOP support
San Diego UT: Americans have doubts about plan for economy
Rasmussen: Voters Evenly Divided Over Obama's Warning of Economic Catastrophe
CNN: New radio ads to target pivotal stimulus senators



WSJ: Treasury Secretary to Unveil Private-Sector Partnership to Buy Troubled Assets
NYT: U.S. Bank Bailout to Rely in Part on Private Money
WaPo: In Geithner's Overhaul, Aggressive Use of All Available Tools Expected
NYT: Bailout Announcement Pushed Back to Tuesday
Rick Moran: Bleak choices facing Geithner in trying to save the banks
AP/Gordon: Regulators close failed banks in Ga., Calif.
CNN: Foreclosure fix elusive for Obama
McClatchy: Unpaid taxes, uncowed GOP: Obama searches for his style
WSJ: How Government Created the Financial Crisis

American Thinker: Democrat Wage Controls Mean Mediocre Management

WaPo: Get Ready For the U.S. Census Fight, Chicago-style
NewsMax: White House Nabs Political Control over Census
Salt Lake Tribune: White House control over census worries Utah GOP
Fox: Political Battle Brews Over 2010 Census

AP/Loven: Sebelius a top candidate to replace Tom Daschle as Obama's pick for HHS
Politico: Sebelius, Bredesen up for HHS spot

AP/Barrett: Whiff of change in US medical marijuana policy

WSJ: Partisan Divide Haunts Obama's Push on Policy
Palm Beach Post: Dems retreat from reality

RNC CHAIR



NYT: Now Talking on Sunday, the R.N.C. Chief
JC Watts: New RNC chairman has an opportunity
KnoxNews: Will Steele keep GOP on well-worn path?
PR Newswire: RNC Chairman Michael Steele Delivers Weekly Republican Address
RCP: The Limits of the RNC
Politico: The Krohn campaign
Politico: Resignations at the RNC

AP/Pickler: GOP seeking to end ban on some donation limits

Chicago Tribune: FBI probes GOP national chairman's state campaign spending
WaPo: Steele Defends Payment to Sister
AP: RNC chief: Payments to sister's firm appropriate
Bloomberg: Republican Steele Says Payment to Sisters Company Was Proper
Swamp: RNC's Steele: 'Want to clear good name'



Politico: A letter to Rush Limbaugh

NEW YORK



Buffalo News/McCarthy: Wojtaszek eyes the state
Examiner: Giuliani governor or senator in 2010?
NYDN: Former Hillary foe Rick Lazio says losses might save New York GOP

Pittsburgh TR: Gillibrand a poor fit for Democrats' big tent
Miami Herald: Democrats' gun-rights senator
Newsday: Gillibrand makes a shift in Senate
NYT: To Some in Gillibrands Old District, Her Evolution Is a Betrayal



MidHudsonNews: Tedisco stumps for special House election
Catskill Daily Mail: Tedisco lists priorities for economic recovery
Press & Sun-Bulletin: 'Battle royale' for Gillibrand's seat under way
Poughkeepsie Journal: Candidates talk economy, jobs as they vie for seat
Capital News 9: Tedisco on 'Road to Recovery' tour, Murphy campaigns in Salem
NY Observer: Meet Scott Murphy



Newsday: Smith says NY Senate lacks gay marriage votes
NYT: For Supporters of Gay Marriage, a Dashing of Great Expectations

NYDN: Mayor Bloomberg reaches out to Republicans

NYT: Editorial: Rockefeller Laws: An End in Sight

MINNESOTA

Pioneer Press: Coleman ballot list heavy on GOP turf
Pioneer Press: Pawlenty's budget would leave 10% of adults without dental coverage
AP/Lohn: Democrats had $1M advantage in Minn. House races
AP: Minneapolis mayor kicks off re-election campaign

CALIFORNIA




Times UK: How Arnold Schwarzenegger lost to the 'girly men'
WSJ: California's Tough-Guy Controller
Mercury News: Secrecy shrouds California budget talks
SF Chronicle: Budget possibilities for this week
LA Times/Skelton: Three tough steps to fiscal sanity in California

TEXAS

Dallas MN: Texas Gov. Rick Perry uses bailout talk to criticize Kay Bailey Hutchison
Waco TH: Sure, governor's race is a ways off, but it could set the GOP's long-range future
Dallas MN: Some speculate Texas Gov. Rick Perry may reject aid from stimulus package

Star-Telegram: Bush family returning to a different Dallas

AP/Castro: Committee assignments first test for new speaker

FLORIDA

Politico: Cornyn: Fla. Senate race 'open field'
NYT: In Florida, Despair and Foreclosures
St. Petersburg Times: Budget crunch forces Florida prisons to feed inmates for less
Miami Herald: Lawmaker joins 2 others in web of lobbying ties
Miami Herald: Official will pay state for family's free trips
Miami Herald: South Florida prosecutor is asked to stay, but not for long

LOUISIANA



Fox: Jindal Says Republicans Can Only Blame Themselves for Loss
Shreveport Times: Jindal campaign on the road again
WWLTV: La. Gov. Jindal heads to Arkansas to raise money
Advocate: Jindal goes to Ark. for three fundraisers

GEORGIA


Augusta Chronicle: Some leaders emerging from mess
Atlanta JC: State tax revenue sinks 14 percent for January

ILLINOIS

Chicago Sun-Times: Quinn touts Dem tide sweeping native DuPage

PENNSYLVANIA

Bulletin: Toomey Heartens His Supporters In Harrisburg
Patriot-News: Specter's role in stimulus talks riles state GOP
AP/Dale: Rendell to testify Monday at corruption trial of former state senator

OHIO




Cleveland PD: Stimulus deal? Not for Voinovich

Dayton Daily News: Portman has head start in 2010 U.S. Senate race
Springfield News-Sun: Portman off to head start in Senate race

Toledo Blade: Tax reform's full effects not yet felt
Toledo Blade: Kaptur presses on to refocus stimulus
Cincinnati Enquirer: As news worsens, governor thrives

MICHIGAN

Detroit News: Forced-out lawmakers land on their feet

VIRGINIA

WaPo: Va. House, Senate Set For Clash On Budget
CNN: McAuliffe takes heat from rival at Democratic dinner

TENNESSEE



City Paper: House Republicans need to find their swagger to lead
Tennessean: State GOP may expel Kent Williams
Kingsport TN: Sullivan County Chair urges party to move past anger over speaker election

ARIZONA

Arizona Republic: Gov. Brewer blames Napolitano for budget crisis
AP: Napolitano remains GOP punching bag

NEW JERSEY

North Jersey: Christie says Katz, e-mails are off-limits
Philadelphia Inquirer: Just sworn in, Adler already in GOP sights

ARKANSAS

MSNBC: Arkansas House Passes Tobacco Tax

MISSOURI



News-Leader: Roy Blunt happier in reduced role
Ky3: Roy Blunt makes no announcement about run for Senate

KENTUCKY

USA Today: Areas of Kentucky dark 2 weeks after storm

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February 8, 2009

TODAY'S TOP STORIES





NATIONAL

NYT: Congress Is Divided Over Competing Stimulus Bills
Politico: Reid: 'Wheels finally moving' on 778-page $827-billion bill
Wash Times: Obama: It's stimulus or 'catastrophe': Chastises GOP for 'tired' tax theories
Fox: GOP Senators Risk Political Backlash Over Support of Stimulus Bill
Portland Press Herald: Collins says stimulus talks were tough
WSJ: Obama and Senate Republicans Bicker Over Stimulus
Politico: Senate GOP says they were left out
Politico: AUFC ad touts GOP stimulus backers
WaPo: Economists Agree Time Is of the Essence for Stimulus
Tennessean: Stimulus bill pushes broadband
Hill: Senators exert leverage over Pelosi on stimulus
WaPo: OpEd: Here's How to Make a Real Stimulus Take Flight
Washington Times: Editorial: How to cause a depression

WSJ: Bailout Revamp Could Use Private Bank for Bad Assets
WaPo: In Geithner's Overhaul, Aggressive Use of All Available Tools Expected
Hill: Trying to make TARP all shiny and new
Politico: Geithner: Gov't money 'a privilege, not a right'

American Thinker: Little noted move on census by Obama could spell GOP disaster

WaPo: Obama's NSC Will Get New Power

Hill: Unions step up to fight for Solis
Hill: Contentious labor bill struggles behind the scenes

Washington Times: Sebelius called top HHS candidate
Politico: HHS rumors spark Bredesen backlash

Washington Times: 'Pent-up fury' at nominee tax woes
Michael Barone: Calm and Cool on a No Good, Very Bad Day

AP: Guests for the Sunday TV news shows





RNC CHAIR



LA Times: Rush Limbaugh has his grip on the GOP microphone
LAT: Fewer Republicans today find Rush Limbaugh unfavorable than in 2003, says Gallup

NYT: New G.O.P. Chairman Defends Payment to Sister
Baltimore Sun: Spokesman defends Steele's campaign spending

NEW YORK

AP/Gormley: New York's GOP urges Giuliani to help them rebound
NYT: No Gay Marriage Bill This Year, Smith Says
NY Post: Angry GOP lets off $team-ulus: Schumer eyes big NY gains
Buffalo News: N.Y. Power Authority surplus will go to state, not customers

MINNESOTA

Star Tribune: In D.C., Ritchie recounts Senate recount work
Power Line: Lost and found in Minnesota

CALIFORNIA


Sac Bee: Local government lobbying costs soar in California
Sac Bee: Health care subsidies pushed for the jobless
Sac Bee: Jobless benefit fund takes big beating

Capitol Weekly: Gov. Poll: Campbell 15%, Whitman 14%, Poizner 4%, Foy 1% (.pdf)
Sac Bee: Poll: Feinstein tops Dem field; GOP race tight in 2010

NYT: Prop 8 Donor Web Site Shows Disclosure Law Is 2-Edged Sword
Sac Bee: Jerry Brown lists '25 Random Things About Me' on Facebook

TEXAS



Star-Telegram: Texas senators still oppose stimulus deal
Dallas MN: Texas grapples with how to spend its share of stimulus
CNN: GOP senators 'caved in' on stimulus, Paul says

FLORIDA



St. Pete Times: Crist to decide on U.S. Senate bid after legislative session ends in May
Ledger: Crist Slow to Decide on 2010 Candidacy
Florida Times-Union: Florida politics: Crist and the Senate

Sun Sentinel: Larry Cretul, Florida's new House speaker, rises out of obscurity
Pensacola News Journal: In midst of scandal, Sansom talks ethics

GEORGIA

Atlanta JC: Stimulus pulls GOP two ways
Atlanta JC: Chambliss, Isakson will vote against Obama stimulus package
Atlanta JC: Georgias gift ban has wide loophole

PENNSYLVANIA

Lebanon Daily News: Pa. Sen. Specter predicts stimulus passage

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Melvin receives GOP endorsement for state Supreme Court seat
AP/Jackson: GOP judge pick faces opposition

OHIO




Columbus Dispatch: Possible gubernatorial candidate says wait, see

MICHIGAN

Detroit FP: House Republicans, Cox: Put all state spending on Web site
Detroit FP: Dingell to set record for time in the House
Detroit FP: In crowded field for Detroit mayor, 3 loom above the rest

VIRGINIA

Washington Times: Clinton, McAuliffe raise funds, if not votes
WaPo: Moran Relying on Democratic Roots, Judgment in Run for Governor

TENNESSEE

Kingsport Times News: Williams says he hopes to remain a Republican
Clarksville: Ramsey tells Williams: Quit! Become an Independent!

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Union Leader: Bonnie Newman: Now that she's a senator, where does she stand?

VERMONT

Rutland Herald: Vt. House to introduce same-sex marriage bill
WPTZ: Vt. Considers Allowing Gay Marriages

ARIZONA

Arizona Republic: Arizona's 2 senators reversing their roles

ALABAMA

Montgomery Advertiser: Davis announces gubernatorial run
Birmingham News: U.S. Rep. Artur Davis announces bid to be governor of Alabama
CQ Politics: Alabama Rep. Davis Launches Landmark Bid for Governor
AP: Alabama: Candidate for Governor

MISSOURI

News Leader: Missouri GOP not sold on stimulus

MASSACHUSETTS

Boston Globe: More donors to Wilkerson had business with state

ALASKA

Politico: Todd Palin found in contempt
Anchorage Daily News: Todd Palin's lawyer responds




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