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January 15, 2010

NATIONAL

WSJ: Unions Cut Special Deal on Health Taxes
Hill: White House, Dem leaders give concessions to win labors support
NY Post: Unions will dodge O's health tax
WaPo: White House nears deal on health care
WaPo: Obama pledges campaign for health-care bill and Democrats
NYT: Accord Reached on Insurance Tax for Costly Plans
Politico: GOP govs worry health 'deals' made
CQ Politics: Democrats Hope To Have Health Care Deal by Friday
Hill: Democrats see healthcare finish line in sight after negotiations
Hill: White House signals allegiance with centrists on major healthcare points
Kim Strassel: The Health Lady Has Yet to Sing: ObamaCare is still no sure thing
Christine Todd Whitman: Open up the doors on health care

Hill: Reid: Senate has time for climate bill

WaPo: Anger over Wall Street's big bonuses resurfaces, despite Obama policies
NYT: Taxing Banks for the Bailout
CQ Politics: Banking Fee Proposal Faces Trouble From More Than One Direction
NYT: Bernanke Defends Feds Oversight Role
NYT: Regulator Imposes More Limits on Speculative Trading
WSJ: Financial Inquiry Widens to Include Past Regulators
WaPo: In reversal, federal regulators now propose to limit oil and gas commodities
WSJ: Bank Bonuses and the Communitarian Spirit
Paul Krugman: Bankers Without a Clue
Pat Buchanan: Is a U.S. Default Inevitable?
Rush Limbaugh: Democrats Push to Kill Capitalism; Obama Uses Alinsky Plan on Banks
WSJ: A financial inquiry hits the bankers, ignores the Fed and Fannie Mae

WSJ: The U.S. Needs an Infrastructure Bank

Hill: Census director aims to keep politics out of it

WSJ: Consumer Protection Agency in Doubt

NYT: Labor Panel Is Stalled by Dispute on Nominee

NYT: Pentagon Steps Up Talks on Ending Dont Ask, Dont Tell

AP/Gearan: Officers could face rebuke in Ft. Hood shooting

AP/Wagner: Holder eyes white-collar crime: Huge increase seen in mortgage fraud cases

WSJ: Obama Taps Corporate Executives for Ideas on Streamlining Government

NYT: In Power Push, Movement Sees Base in G.O.P.
CQ Politics: DCCC's 'Races to Watch' List Includes Longshots

Peggy Noonan: Slug the Obama Story 'Disconnect'

Charles Krauthammer: One year out: President Obama's fall

Pat Caddell: Attacks on Rasmussen and Fox News show a disturbing attitude toward dissent

Eugene Robinson: With new book, Michael Steele turns the tables -- again -- on GOP
Wash Times: RNC flap 'much ado about nothing'
AP/Sidoti: Despite gaffes, Steele boasts backers across the country

Michael Gerson: In nation of exhibitionists, there's still a demand for privacy

Politico: Palin joins speaking tour

CQ Politics: New Committee Assists Seven GOP Senate Candidates

MASSACHUSETTS




Boston Globe: Browns run may be model for GOP
Boston Globe: Brown, Coakley accentuate stances on terrorism, economy
WSJ: Democrats Fight to Keep Kennedy Seat, 60 Senate Votes
WaPo: Polls show race for 'Kennedy seat' about even
Wash Times: Massachusetts 'tossup' threatens Obama agenda
NYT: 3rd-Party Candidate Named Kennedy Could Tip Senate Race in Massachusetts
Dorothy Rabinowitz: Martha Coakley's Convictions: Questions about her judgment
Wash Times: Obama keeps his distance from Mass. race
Boston Globe: Campaign visit to Bay State by Obama a tricky prospect
Politico: Scott Brown tide lifts GOP
CQ Politics: Brown Takes the Lead in Suffolk Poll
Hill: Research 2000 poll has Coakley up 49-41
Rush Limbaugh: Massachusetts Senate Race News
Boston Globe: Race is in a spinout

NEW YORK

NYT: Cuomos War Chest Is Five Times as Big as Patersons

NYT: A Call for a Monserrate Expulsion Vote, but He Says He Wont Go Quietly
Buffalo News: Monserrate vows to stay in office as panel calls for expulsion vote
Albany TU: Senator 'unfit' but what's next?
Albany TU: Farley on fence about expelling Monserrate
NYT: Editorial: Albanys Club

NYDN: Ford is neither pro-choice nor anti-choice on abortion, crusaders contend
NYDN: Ford has Harlem sitdown with Keith Wright at famed Harlem eatery Sylvia's
NY Post: Blakeman to run for Gillibrand's seat

Human Events: New York Dems: We Can't Afford KSM Trial

CALIFORNIA


Dan Walters: Jerry Brown dawdles as California campaign picture clears
LA Times: Campbell leaps into GOP Senate race, drops gubernatorial bid
NYT: If California Owes You, It Would Like to Pay You

OREGON

WSJ: Oregon at the Tax Crossroad

COLORADO

Politico: Romanoff still faces rocky road

ARIZONA

Politico: Shadegg retiring
CQ Politics: Shadegg Retiring, Would-Be Successors Get Busy

NEVADA

Las Vegas Sun: Wary of health care reform, Gibbons weighs rejecting federal Medicaid funds

TEXAS

Dallas MN: GOP foes Perry, Hutchison slug it out in first debate
Dallas MN: Editorial: Debate offers lots of heat but very little light
Wayne Slater: Hutchison's ammo falters in debate
Politico: Perry turns down nat'l edu. funds

FLORIDA

St. Pete Times: Tampa to bid for 2012 GOP convention
Miami Herald: Gov. Crist issues new order to suspend Spence-Jones

GEORGIA

AJC: Governor backs regional transportation tax
CQ Politics: Jones to Challenge Johnson

ILLINOIS

CQ Politics: Quayle Picks Dold in Competitive Primary for Kirk's Seat

MINNESOTA

Rasmussen: 46% Like Health Care Plan in Minnesota, 50% Approve of Franken

PENNSYLVANIA

Fox: Specter, Sestak Schedule Pennsylvania Democratic Primary Debate

OHIO


Rasmussen: 2010 Ohio Governor: GOPs Kasich Remains Ahead of Incumbent Strickland
Rasmussen: 2010 Ohio Senate: Portman Still Ahead of Top Democratic Contenders

MICHIGAN

Detroit FP: Denise Ilitch as Dem candidate for guv? Her GOP giving may backfire

MISSOURI

KC Star: Does Mass. Senate contest foreshadow trouble for Skelton?

TENNESSEE

AP/Schelzig: Tenn. gubernatorial hopefuls hold education forum

NORTH CAROLINA

News & Observer: GOP leader sneers at Perdue's 'jobs' moniker

SOUTH CAROLINA

State: S.C. Supreme Court justice takes oath

VIRGINIA

Roanoke Times: Bob McDonnell takes office Saturday

NEW JERSEY

Rasmussen: 57% in New Jersey Have Favorable View of New GOP Governor
Star-Ledger: Christie picks former aide to Rudy Giuliani as treasurer

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Rasmussen: 2010 New Hampshire Governor: Lynch Still Solidly Ahead



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