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January 14, 2010


WaPo: Obama joins congressional leaders in talks to work out health-care kinks
NYT: Obama and Lawmakers Seek Accord on Health Care
Politico: President Obama pushes for a deal on health bill
Hill: Obama seizes reins in daylong House-Senate healthcare talks
Hill: Cantor: 'This health bill can be defeated'
Wash Times: Pressure to pass health bill exposes divisions among Democrats
NYDN: Dems Deadlocked on Health Care
CQ Politics: GOP Targets Vulnerable Democrats in Bid To Defeat Health Bill
NYT: Lieberman Disputes Reids Account of Health Bill Wrangling
Politico: Harry Reid, Joe Lieberman clash over letter
WSJ: Health Experts and Double Standards
Chris Chocola: Repeal Obamacare for 2010 win
Wash Times: Special Senate election political football
George Will: That rock in the health-care road? It's called the Constitution

NYT: Decision Promised Soon on Cape Cod Wind Farm
WSJ: Chu, Orszag at Odds Over Yucca Funding

WSJ: Panel Rips Wall Street Titans
NYT: Voices That Dominate Wall Street Take a Meeker Tone on Capitol Hill
WaPo: In Capitol Hill hearing, bankers remain torn on their role in crisis
Wash Times: CEOs trade blame with Congress over finance crisis
WSJ: Inquiry Panel's Head Is Known as a Scrapper
Dana Milbank: 'Sorry' still seems to be the hardest word on Wall Street

WSJ: White House's Tax Proposal Targets Big Banks' Risks
WaPo: Administration to propose tax on large banks to target risk-taking, bonuses
CQ Politics: Banking Industry Caught Off Guard By Proposed Fee
Hill: Frank to hold Financial Services hearings on limiting executive pay

Hill: Poll: Obama neglecting focus on the economy

Hill: House Democrats turn focus to economy

CQ Politics: House Panel Moves to Deter Vertical Price-Fixing

Hill: Grassley: Obama nominees are to blame for slow confirmation pace at Treasury

WaPo: Supreme Court seems disinclined to give NFL antitrust exemption

NYT: Justice Dept. Fights Bias in Lending

NYT: New Official Named With Portfolio to Unite Agencies and Improve Food Safety
WaPo: New FDA deputy to lead food-safety mandate

NYT: Administration Loosens Purse Strings for Transit Projects

Wash Times: Obama wins more cuts in spending than Bush

Wash Times: House panel rejects Panther resolution

Wash Times: Jobs impact of stimulus disputed
WSJ: How to Guard Against Stimulus Fraud

NYT: G.O.P. Lawmakers Revisit 1994 Contract
CQ Politics: Boehner Plans Contract With America Redux
Politico: GOP: We'll take back the House
Politico: 2006 GOP sweep victims plot return
CQ Politics: Cornyn Spreads The Wealth

Politico: Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck rail against 'system'
Time: The Uncertain Future of Sarah Palin

AP/Baker: Gingrich considers himself among top 2012 presidential prospects for GOP

Politico: Glenn Beck and CPAC: Outsider steps in

Karl Rove: The President's Bait-and-Switch Operation

Ann Coulter: Harry Reid's Negro Problem

AP: Steele Holds Backing of GOP Brass Outside Capital
Politico: GOP losers target Michael Steele


NYT: Gillibrand Responds to Fords Challenge, Calling Him Out of Touch With New York
NYDN: Gillibrand shifts gears, goes on attack against possible challenger Harold Ford
Politico: Harold Ford's Manhattan makeover
Politico: Harold Ford's gilded New York
NY Post: Sharpton: Ford 'bullying' could cause backlash

NYT: Lawmakers Offer Ethics Plan, but Paterson Says It Falls Short
NYDN: Gov. Paterson blasts 'disrepectful' ethics reform bill
Albany TU: Paterson on ethics proposal: election-year window dressing
Albany TU: Ethics reform advanced

NY Post: Espada probed for using state money for personal use
NYT: Espada May Have Violated Laws, Cuomos Office Says

NYDN: Cuomo to back Senate Dems in possible legal battle against Sen. Hiram Monserrate

Albany TU: Skelos, Kolb will headline Albany GOP breakfast

Buffalo News: Collins under fire for another inappropriate comment

Albany TU: Sales taxes continue their slump


Boston Globe: Brown pushes far beyond his GOP base
Boston Globe: Outside groups fund attack ads
Boston Globe: Rancor between Senate foes rises as vote nears
WaPo: Senate race in Massachusetts getting uglier with attack ads in final stretch
CQ Politics: Fur Flies Over Binnie Ad in Massachusetts
NYT: Democrats Fight to Hold Crucial Seat: Kennedys
Gail Collins: The 10 Percent Rules
Rush Limbaugh: Coakley Aide Assaults Reporter; Democrats in Massachusetts Panic


Rasmussen: 2010 New Hampshire Senate: Ayotte (R) 49%, Hodes (D) 40%


WSJ: Former Congressman Campbell to Drop California Gubernatorial Bid
SacBee: Schwarzenegger renews push for U.S. aid
NYT: Ruling Blocks Broadcasting of a Trial on Same-Sex Marriage


Rasmussen: 2010 Nevada Senate: Reids Support Falls Even Lower


Dallas MN: Perry, Hutchison face gender pitfalls at GOP debate
AP/Shannon: Republican candidates for governor debate Thursday
NYT: Texas Shuts Door on Millions in Education Grants


Jack Observ: Republican Party of Florida to Get a New Executive Director


CQ Politics: Evans Drops Bid For Georgia Rep. Deal's Seat
Human Events: Rep. Nathan Deal of Georgia: Assessing the Health Care Debate
AJC: Timing is right' for ethics bills, watchdog says


Chicago Tribune: Republican primary for IL governor: Civil debate conceals rivals' tensions
Chicago Sun-Times: 7 GOP gov hopefuls vie to be closest to the poor


CQ Politics: Gibbons Pins Down $200,000 For Iowa Match


Rasmussen: 2010 Minnesota Governor: Ex-Senators Coleman, Dayton Run Strongest


CQ Politics: Cramer Ready to Challenge Pomeroy in North Dakota


WaPo: Arlen Specter says Dawn Johnsen may be competent after all


Akron BJ: State auditor taking risk


Detroit News: Ilitch mulls run for governor


KC Star: Highlights from today's Missouri Republican press conference


Tennessean: Ford's conservative record may present obstacle in N.Y.


News & Observer: State moves to regulate alcohol regulators


CQ Politics: Thurmonds Son Just One Familiar Name in S.C. Race

State: SC House rebukes gov, Senate sidelines censure
WSJ: South Carolina State Representatives Vote to Censure Sanford
NYT: Governor Censured by State House


CQ Politics: Herrity, Fimian in GOP Battle For Virginia Rep. Connolly's Seat


NYT: To Lead Schools, Christie Picks Voucher Advocate
Star-Ledger: Gov.-elect Chris Christie picks Bret Schundler as N.J. education commissioner
Star-Ledger: Christie targets teachers' union with Schundler appointment


Politico: Ben Nelson tries to repair damage at home


January 13, 2010


NYT: Sarah Palin Makes Her Debut on Fox
NYDN: Sarah Palin's debut as Fox News commentator on 'O'Reilly Factor' goes smoothly
WaPo: Palin says new book tells 'a lie' about her
Politico: Sarah Palin on Fox says she thought Iraq was behind 9/11
Politico: Steve Schmidt's war against Palin
Politico: Tea partiers shell out big bucks for Sarah Palin

Hill: U.S. Chamber opens up 2010 with sweeping attack of Obama policies
CQ Politics: Chamber of Commerce Warns Lawmakers It Will Play Election Hardball
NYT: Wall St. Pay Is a Focus of Many in Washington
NYT: Obama to Propose Bank Tax to Recoup Bailout Losses
WSJ: Bashing Bankers Is a Political Duty
WSJ: Obama and the 'Fat Cat Bankers'
WSJ: Businesses Criticize Cast of Inquiry Panel
Politico: Dodd dodgy about reform deadline
WSJ: The Geithner AIG Story: Those emails and 'systemic risk'
Wash Times: Taxpayers to pay for Fannie, Freddie aid

WaPo: House, Senate remain divided over key issues in health bill
Politico: House Dems mount health assault
Hill: Pelosi, Hoyer, panel chairmen will represent House on health reform
Hill: Rangel: Dems face 'serious problems' on healthcare reform
WSJ: Support Grows for U.S. Health Exchange
NYT: Labor Campaigns Against Tax on Health Plans
Bob Dole: Taxing Details That Harm Patients

NYT: Talks to Begin on Creating a Bipartisan Budget Panel
Politico: McConnell looms over deficit plan

WSJ: Murkowski Holds Out Option of Vote on Plan to Block EPA
Politico: Green groups pine for bill

Wash Times: Justice rebuffs Panthers subpoena: Rights panel's probe stymied

Garicano & Posner: What Our Spies Can Learn From Toyota
Dana Milbank: Terrorist group sues the U.S.
CQ Politics: GOP Leader Says Detention Policies Create Operational Confusion
Human Events: Exile Panetta from Wayne's World
Pat Buchanan: Why Are They at War With Us?

Politico: President Obama political arm under fire
Michael Gerson: Where has Obama's inspiring oratory gone?
Rush Limbaugh: See, I Told You So! A Year Later: Obama Seen as a Failure by 48%
NYT: Obama to Appear at Democratic, G.O.P. Retreats
Politico: Obama to address House GOP

Hill: McConnell declines to call for Reid's resignation over race-related comment
Hill: Sharpton: Bill Clinton's 'coffee' remark about Obama may have been racist
Rush Limbaugh: We're Dwelling On It, Dingy Harry! We Won't Ignore Democrat Racism
Jackson CL: Sauce for Lott's goose should be sauce for Reid's gander

Hill: White House calls for jobs bill as it touts stimulus effects
NYT: Administration Says Stimulus Has Worked
WaPo: Economic stimulus has created or saved nearly 2 million jobs, White House says

WSJ: Justices Hear Sex-Offender Case
NYT: Supreme Court Weighs Authority, Not Legality, of Civil Confinements

Wash Times: Democrats chart dim midterm course: Strategists tout legislative wins
NYT: An Early Assessment of the 2010 Senate Races
Fayette County News: Evans: U.S. Senate will change in 2010

Politico: Daschle-dashing Thune in 2012 mix

NYDN: Newt eyeing 2012? Gingrich to speak at Southern Republican Leadership Conference

Wash Times: RNC members will urge Steele to end book tour
Dick Morris: Memo to Steele: GOP will win


NYDN: Ford camp calls Gillibrand a White House puppet, accuses Obama of interfering
NYDN: Ford avoiding Dem party establishment, will take cues from voters, not 'party bosses'
NY Post: Cuomo: Ford has right to fight Kirsten
NYDN: Possible Gillibrand foe Harold Ford won't take dip in Merrill Lynch bonus pool
NYT: Senate Hopeful in New State Airs Evolving Views
NYT: Floating a Ford Candidacy in N.Y.

Buffalo News: Panel plans Monserrate's expulsion
NY Post: Panel: Remove or censure Hiram Monserrate
NYDN: Monserrate planning preemptive move in federal court to keep his Albany seat
NY Post: Hiram: You can't boot me

Albany TU: Doing more with less
NY Post: Gov's combo $olution

NY Post: Dice-y bust for the Gov's son, 15
Albany TU: Patersons son taken into custody, governor asks for privacy

Albany TU: Dinallo has over $1.5 million for AG run, will be in Albany Thursday

NYDN: New York State Court of Appeals deliberating whether to grant raises to judges


WaPo: In Massachusetts, Republican Brown steps up campaign for Kennedy's Senate seat
Boston Globe: In short race, Coakley picks targets carefully
Boston Globe: Abortion takes stage in Senate race
Boston Globe: AG finds herself on 2 sides of a dispute
NYT: Massachusetts Ad Wars in Senate Race
WSJ: Coakley's Saviors: The health-care industry rides to the Democratic rescue
Politico: Massachusetts election has Democrats on edge
Politico: Martha Coakley confident a week out
CQ Politics: Money Is the Weapon of Mass. Mobilization
Hill: Dems, labor pour cash into Kennedy seat
Fox: Kerry Launches Late Money Push for Coakley in Race for Kennedy's Senate Seat
CSM: Will Republican Scott Brown take Ted Kennedys Senate seat?
Rasmussen: Massachusetts Senate Election: Coakley (D) 49%, Brown (R) 47%
Newt Gingrich: What's Going on in Massachusetts?
Rush Limbaugh: Brown Destroys Coakley in Debate, Dems Drag Rush Into Race with Ad

Boston Globe: With stimulus funds gone schools bracing for deep cutbacks


SacBee: Campbell expected to leave governor's race for U.S. Senate bid
LA Times: Senate race to unseat Boxer takes unexpected turn
SF Chronicle: Campbell expected to switch to U.S. Senate race
CQ Politics: Campbell Ready to Switch Races

SacBee: California controller says he'll restore guards' pay; governor vows furlough fight
WSJ: Report Challenges California Budget
Dan Walters: Schwarzenegger's blue-sky budget rebuked

LA Times: Marijuana legalization bill approved by key Assembly committee


Las Vegas Sun: Tea Party set turns out in Las Vegas at its anti-Harry Reid finest
WSJ: Big in Capitol, Reid Stumbles in Nevada
Fox: Rory Reid's Gubernatorial Bid Suffers as Dad Harry Faces Declining Polls
Politico: GOP: Let Harry Reid hang himself


LA Times: Democrats' Rocky Mountain high takes a tumble in Colorado
Denver Post: Hickenlooper's hat in ring for Colorado governorship
Wash Times: Denver mayor aims for open governor's seat: Incumbent forgoing 2nd term


Dallas MN: Perry appears well-financed as he, Hutchison prepare campaign reports
Dallas MN: Perry, Hutchison agree to second gubernatorial debate in Dallas
Dallas MN: Perry, Hutchison to face off Jan. 29 in debate
Dallas MN: A slice of poll in the governor's race
CQ Politics: Money, Clout and Texas Politics


NYT: Race Assumes Central Role in New Orleans Vote


St. Pete Times: Rubio stays close but not too close to tea party
Miami Herald: Rubio becoming star on tea-party circuit
Tampa Tribune: Rubio wins straw poll in Crist's home county of Pinellas

CQ Politics: Two Florida GOP Districts in Safe Territory

St. Pete Times: McCollum, Sink split on cap for lawyer fees in suits


AJC: Cagle calls for tax cuts despite budget crisis
ABC: Ethics Reform Bills Emerge in Georgia House
AJC: Day 2: House is in session
AP/McCaffrey: Ga. bill would expand areas where guns are allowed
Columbus LE: Ralston elected House speaker over Columbus' Smyre


CQ Politics: Illinois and the Law of Unintended Consequences
Chicago Sun-Times: Giannoulias, Hoffman spar in Dem debate


MPR: Why Norm Coleman is running for governor
PP: Pawlenty Administration files appeal of unallotment case


Philadelphia Inquirer: Rohrer supporters say GOP is ignoring him for governor
Philadelphia Inquirer: Sestak challenges Specter to six debates


Cincinnati Enquirer: Kasich: Government obstacle to jobs
Vindy: Ohio auditor expected to be Kasichs running mate
Cleveland PD: Ohio Auditor Mary Taylor won't seek re-election, instead will run for lt. gov


Politico: Bart Stupak serious about Michigan gubernatorial run
Detroit News: Gov's race loses another candidate
Detroit FP: Freeman quits Democratic gubernatorial race


St. Louis PD: Major tax overhaul proposed in Missouri Senate


Knox News: Old friend of senator behind
Tennessean: TN paper ballot law delayed until 2012


LA Times: John and Elizabeth Edwards: Scenes from a marriage
News & Observer: Rival attacks Burr's fundraising method


Palmetto Scoop: Thurmond takes first step toward Congressional bid
Politico: Strom Thurmond son planning to run for Congress
NYT: Thurmond Son Ponders Run

State: Sanford showdown is today
State: Senate Republicans target health care reform
State: Candidates release new fund totals: Bauer in third place behind Barrett, McMaster


NBC: Marsden Elected to State Senate
Augusta FP: Democrat takes Cuccinelli Senate seat
WaPo: Va.'s 37th District Senate race comes down to the wire
WaPo: Virginia Republicans try to thwart federal gun, health-care bills

CQ Politics: Fimian Preps For GOP Race With Herrity In Northern Virginia


Philadelphia Inquirer: Snag mars first session of new N.J. Legislature
NYT: Corzine, in Farewell, Admits Failure to Relieve Tax Burden
Star-Ledger: Corzine's State of the State addresses the economy, legacy in office
Paul Mulshine: State of the State, or state of denial? Gov. Jon Corzine's farewell speech


ProJo: Robitaille makes it official: Hes in race


January 12, 2010


WaPo: Obama excuses Reid for his comments, calling him a 'good man'
NYT: Obama Plans Campaign Stop for Reid in Nevada
Hill: Sen. Reid immediately recognized danger of 'Negro dialect' comment
WSJ: The Trouble with Harry: Reid's racial comments aren't his worst rhetorical offense
Ward Connerly: Harry Reid's Race Problem: I'm still trying to figure out what was offensive
Ted Nugent: Trent Lott Has Got to Be Shaking His Head
Rush Limbaugh: Revelations of Racism Inside the Democrat Party are No Big Surprise
Rush Limbaugh: Why Harry Reid's "Negro Dialect" Comment is Devastatingly Racist
James Taranto: Democrats and Double Standards
Rush Limbaugh: Democrat Double Standard on Race Put on Display for the World to See
Eugene Robinson: Harry Reid's comments were crudely put, yet true
Dana Milbank: Racial comments prove Steele and Reid aren't so different after all
Wes Pruden: Another raid by the Gaffe Patrol
Wash Times: Reid 'warmed' after his apology: Remarks on Obama fade
Politico: Harry situation: Inside the eruption
Fox: Republicans Reject Reid's Forgive-and-Forget Approach to 'Negro' Comment
Politico: Coburn bucks party, backs Reid
Politico: John Cornyn doesnt expect Harry Reid to resign
WISN: Group: Feingold Should Ask Reid To Resign
Wash Scene: Scheduled weeks ago, 'African Americans for Harry Reid' will go on as planned
Hill: Black Caucus chairwoman backs Reid after remark

WaPo: Obama meets with union leaders to discuss health-care reform
NYT: President Signals Flexibility on Health Plan Tax
NYT: Union Chief Blasts Health Benefits Tax
Wash Times: Labor warns against high-end health tax
WSJ: $222 Billion, Ho Hum: Another warning that reform 'bends the cost curve'up
WSJ: New Breast Screening Limits Face Reversal
Wash Times: Obama plan funds nurse visits to new moms

Hill: Rep. Peterson says he'd vote against climate bill despite winning concessions
Hill: Dem governor blasts Sec. Salazar for doing the bidding of green groups

NYT: Obama Weighs Tax on Banks to Cut Deficit
WSJ: Banks Brace for Bailout Fee
Hill: Gibbs: White House not ruling out 'bank fee' to repay taxpayer rescue program
WaPo: Federal Reserve earned $45 billion in 2009
WSJ: Even in a Recovery, Some Jobs Won't Return
WSJ: Stimulus? There's No Stimulus Here
WSJ: When Greed Is Not Good
WSJ: Global 'Imbalances' and the Crisis

Wash Times: Jobs take priority on Hill as elections loom
WaPo: AOL to lay off more than 1,000 workers this week
Hill: AFL-CIO leader: Democrats inviting repeat of 1994 over economy woes

NYT: Terror Suspects Lawyer Asks for Dismissal of Case
Hill: ACLU sues Library of Congress over firing employee who criticized Gitmo
Wash Times: Grassley calls for more visa screeners
Human Events: Coulter and Pataki Join Huckabee, Forbes, Gingrich, Levin, Romney and 60,000 Others on Nation-Wide Petition

Politico: Jim DeMint gets support for TSA nominee hold

Wash Times: Obama in no rush for State of Union
Fox: Obama Going on Six Months Without a Press Conference

Wash Times: Veto by Obama raises questions: Action seen as stealth power grab

WSJ: White House Picks Favorites in 2010 Races

WSJ: Democracy's Wane: The world is in a 'freedom recession'

WaPo: Supreme Court revisits ruling on challenges to forensic reports

Fox: Palin to Join Fox News as Contributor
Wash Times: Palin joins Fox News as contributor
WaPo: Sarah Palin to appear regularly on Fox News
Politico: Palin 'thrilled' to join Fox News
Hill: Palin to join Fox News

Fox: 'Rush Limbaugh' Becomes a New Musical

Politico: Boehner aide 'demanded excellence'


NYT: White House Opposes Challenge to Gillibrand
Harold Ford Jr: I'm gearing up for Senate race
Hill: White House backs Gillibrand over Ford
NYDN: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand's possible future foe Harold Ford also flip-flops on issues
Hill: King confirms he won't run for Senate
AP: Spitzer criticizes selection of Gillibrand
NYT: Editorial: A Real Election, Please

NY Post: Gov's budget plan raises spending by $2B
Albany TU: Inaction could put state out of 'race'
Albany TU: Another Monserrate meeting, but no report expected


Boston Globe: Coakley, Brown in bitter debate: Exchange barbs on taxes, terror
Fox: Inside the Fight for Kennedy's Seat
Boston Globe: With clock ticking down, candidates attacks ramp up
Boston Globe: Final debate over, Coakley unveils first negative ad
NYT: In Mass. Senate Race, Candidates Sharpen Their Pitches
Politico: Is a close call a victory for GOP?
Politico: Final debate marks Massachusetts stretch run
CQ Politics: Can Coakley Close the Deal?
Rasmussen: Looking Closer at the Massachusetts Senate Polls
American Spectator: The Scott Brown Surge
American Spectator: Is Scott Brown the Next Harris Wofford?
American Thinker: Blue to Red: Massachusetts Senate Race
American Thinker: The Second Boston Tea Party?


AP: Republican Robitaille Starts Campaign for Rhode Island Governor


Hill: Despite tempting target, Democrats shy about making Castles age an issue


Merc News: Amid speculation that Campbell will jump into Senate race, Fiorina loans $2.5m
CQ Politics: Fiorina to Report $3.6 Million in Campaign Receipts
LA Times: Fiorina loans her U.S. Senate campaign $2.5 million
American Spectator: DeVore Raised $665K in Final Months of '09
San Diego UT: Boxer, potential opponent pay visits to San Diego

LA Times: Tearful testimony on discrimination at Prop. 8 trial
SacBee: Couples tell of toll from state gay marriage ban as Prop. 8 trial begins
NYT: Personal Focus as Same-Sex-Marriage Trial Opens in California
Wash Times: Cameras blocked at Prop 8 trial: No broadcast in courtroom for 3 days

CQ Politics: Harmer Takes 2nd Swing at Congress

Dan Walters: Schwarzenegger's job programs same old stuff


WaPo: Sen. Reid and son Rory each considered a burden for the other's campaign in Nevada
Politico: Reid's outreach begins back home
Human Events: Nevadans Had Enough of Self-Proclaimed 'Mob Target' Harry Reid


Dallas MN: Hutchison shifts focus from Senate to governor's race
Dallas MN: Democrats say Cornyn hypocritical in calling for Reid's ouster


St. Pete Times: Crist loses straw poll to Rubio in his home county
American Spectator: Rubio Rolls
RedState: Charlie Crist Will Drop Out of the Senate Race
Miami Herald: Crist seeks revival of back-to-school sales tax holiday

St. Pete Times: McCollum leads pack in fundraising for last quarter
Miami Herald: Sink's fundraising leads over full year


AJC: Ralston elected, declares a new day in the House


Chicago Sun-Times: Blagojevich's Obama remark just the tip of the hat
Politico: Emanuel staying put


Star Tribune: Pawlenty likes candidates in Ohio, Mass., North Carolina...and Minnesota
Star Tribune: Gubernatorial hopefuls disclose mental health info


CQ Politics: Hoeven Makes Senate Run Official


CQ Politics: GOP Flexes Recruiting Successes in Keystone State
CQ Politics: Ex-Prosecutor Looks Likely To Challenge Altmire


Columbus Dispatch: Taylor might become Kasich's running mate


WaPo: At auto show, Washington gets close-up look at investment


KC Star: Bond and McCaskill: Different sides of the same coin?


CQ Politics: Candidate to GOP: Sorry, But Tea Party Label Better for Me


Charlotte Observer: N.C.'s revolving Senate seat


State: $2 million raised so far for Barrett
State: Censuring Sanford atop lawmakers' agenda


Wash Times: Formal inquiry sought in polling case: Va.'s Wolf demands Justice response


WSJ: New Jersey Set to Allow Medical Pot
NYT: New Jersey Lawmakers Pass Medical Marijuana Bill
AP/Delli Santi: NJ Legislature approves medical marijuana bill

Star-Ledger: Leadership change are on tap for top N.J. political posts
AP: Gov. Jon Corzine's N.J. poll numbers slide as he departs


January 11, 2010


WSJ: Reid Is Under Fire for 2008 Remarks
NYT: G.O.P. Attacks Reid Over Comments
WSJ: Steele: Reid Should Quit Leadership Post
WaPo: Republican leader Steele: Reid should resign over remarks
Wash Times: Democrats close ranks around Reid
AP: GOP points to Lott's political downfall in criticizing Dem response to Reid's remarks
Politico: Republicans charge Lott-Reid double standard

Wash Times: GOP seeks converts on health care
SacBee: Schwarzenegger says health bill adds billion in California costs
WSJ: Insurance Mandate Feeds GOP's Attack on Legal Front
WSJ: The Health Choices Czar
EJ Dionne: Democrats are ready to compromise to get health reform done
Human Events: States Prepare Court Challenge to Health Care Bill

WSJ: States Want Delay on Emission Rules
Hill: CAO to push Pelosi's 'greening' plan in House throughout the year

Wash Times: McCain slams court decision: Warns of 'lawyered up' suspect
NYDN: Terror watchdog Michael Leiter's slope trip a huge slipup, says GOP big Sen. Jon Kyl
John Bolton: Let's Take Bureaucracy Out of Intelligence
Jed Babbin: Obama, the Weak Horse

Wash Times: Fragile recovery hangs on a resurgence of jobs
Hill: Democrat: Obama should not have said unemployment would peak at 8 percent
WSJ: The Fed and the Crisis: A Reply to Ben Bernanke
Hill: Issa lashes out at New York Fed over AIG bailout disclosures
Paul Krugman: Learning From Europe
Rasmussen: 51% Still Blame Bush for Nations Economic Woes

Wash Times: Pro-immigration groups ready to fight

Politico: How long will Rahm Emanuel remain?

Ross Douthat: Lets Talk About Faith
American Thinker: Bravo to Brit Hume: Why Faith Is Not a Private Matter

WSJ: 10 Tips for the GOP in 2010
Wash Times: Kaine: GOP 'civil war' ace in hole
AP/Fouhy: Democratic governors facing trouble
Hill: White House makes effort to hold key governors' mansions
CQ Politics: Perspectives on Winning in 2010
CQ Politics: Steele Revises Prediction on 2010

AP: McCain strategist: Palin thought candidacy was mapped by God
Politico: Steve Schmidt: Sarah Palin has trouble with truth
Hill: Palin derided by top McCain aide, book
Townhall: Palin Stays One Step Ahead of the Political Class

Politico: As GOP grumbles, race shields Steele

WaPo: Paula Nowakowski, Rep. Boehner's chief of staff, dies at 46
Politico: Boehner chief of staff dies at 46
Fox: Top Boehner Aide Dies Unexpectedly


NYT: Gillibrand Takes On Possible Ford Threat
NYDN: Ford sends out feelers to black leaders for possible run vs. Sen. Gillibrand
NY Post: The spoiler: How Harold Ford Jr. will shake up New York politics
NYDN: Paterson wants to legalize ultimate fighting - to resolve budget crisis
NYDN: Rep. Ackerman set up meeting between Israel & firm he owned stake in


WaPo: Brown seen as gaining on Coakley in race for Kennedy Senate seat
WSJ: The 60th Senate Vote: The special election in MA and the Democratic agenda
Rick Moran: What the heck is going on in the Massachusetts senate race?
CQ Politics: Brown Goes After Coakley in Third Ad
CQ Politics: Mass. Senate: Coakley Up 15 in One Poll, Tied in Another

Boston Globe: Early poll points to risks for Patrick

Boston Globe: Consensus on gay rights eludes GOP


LA Times: Meg Whitman's climate change strategy
Mercury News: Editorial: California governor candidates should release tax returns

WaPo: Same-sex marriage set for big day in federal court
LA Times: Prop. 8 trial to include unprecedented testimony
SacBee: Prop. 8 federal case opens in S.F. today
NYT: Two Ideological Foes Unite to Overturn Proposition 8
Edwin Meese: Stacking the Deck Against Proposition 8

LA Times: Schwarzenegger targets federal lawmakers on state funding
WSJ: California Cap-and-Trade Revolt
Dan Walters: Prisons still eat into California budget


AP: Poll: Former judge could beat Gibbons in primary
Las Vegas Sun: Recession-stung governments target public employee unions
CQ Politics: New Levels of Vulnerability for Reid
CQ Politics: Statewide Ad Campaign Targets Reid


NYT: In Colorado, Craving Reform of Health Care and Congress


Dallas MN: Hutchison-Perry gubernatorial battle shows trickiness of Senate voting record
Dallas MN: GOP governor candidate Medina stirs Tea Party crowd
Dallas MN: Texas' Gov. Perry helps Frisco evangelical church celebrate 10th anniversary


Ledger: Meek: Crist Is Vague on Stands On Big Issues


Miami Herald: New Republican blogger Erick Erickson gets noticed


AP/Bellandi: Blagojevich: 'I'm blacker than Barack Obama'

Chicago Tribune: Election 2010: GOP candidates for U.S. Senator from Illinois
Chicago Tribune: College savings losses debated in U.S. Senate race
Chicago Sun-Times: Ad rips Giannoulias over Bright Start funds failure


MPR: Norm Coleman: Should he or shouldn't he run for governor?


Politico: North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven to announce Senate bid


Philadelphia Inquirer: Some sound call for 'resign-to-run' law in Pa.


Marion Star: Congressional lines at heart of state races


AP/Householder: Race is on to replace Pete Hoekstra in Congress
Detroit FP: Fieger case to test Michigan high court's disqualification rule


St. Joe News: Missouri will tackle stimulus spending


CQ Politics: New Levels of Vulnerability for Lincoln


WHNT: Former TN governor says GOP can win governor's race if primary is not too mean
Times News: Haslam: Pilot earnings irrelevant to gubernatorial race


Beaufort Observer: Burr calls for transparency in health care debate


State: Governor race shaping up as an Internet campaign


WaPo: Virginia special election has balance of power riding on it


Bloomberg: Corzine Leaves $8 Billion Gap as N.J. Governor Readies Exit


January 10, 2010


Politico: Schwarzenegger rips 'rip-off' healthcare bill, deal for Nebraska
NYT: Obama Urges Quick Action on Health Overhaul
WSJ: Obama Hails Benefits of Health Reform
AP/Espo: Govt. health insurance option appears doomed
Politico: Nancy Pelosi's uphill health bill battle
AP/Superville: Report: Slight cost increase in Senate health bill
Hill: CMS report raises doubts over Medicare savings claims
LA Times: Some Democrats want to rein in the filibuster
NYT: Editorial: Health Reform, the States and Medicaid

NYT: Inside Obamas War on Terrorism
Wash Times: Editorial: Obama's havoc to the intel system
Politico: Brennan steps out of the shadows
Politico: Towns: Enough already, I'm holding hearings!
Maureen Dowd: Captain Obvious Learns the Limits of Cool

Hill: U.K. climate official presses security concerns in meeting with Biden

NYT: Banks Prepare for Bigger Bonuses, and Publics Wrath
WaPo: Washington area officials eye deep cuts to fill budget gaps
AP/Leonard: For unemployed, a new job often means pay cut
Thomas Friedman: Whos Sleeping Now?

WSJ: Reid Apologizes for Racial Remarks About Obama
NYT: Reid Apologizes for Remarks on Obamas Color and Dialect
WaPo: Majority Leader Reid apologizes to Obama for 2008 remarks
AP/Elliot: Reid apologizes for Obama 'Negro' comment
CQ Politics: Reid Apologizes for Racially Charged Remarks in 2008
CQ Politics: GOP Pushes to Divide Democrats Over Reid's Comments

LA Times: Congress' unfinished business: jobs, immigration, Guantanamo

WaPo: For Obama, a tough year to get the message out

NYT: If Peter Orszag Is So Smart, What Will He Do Now?

NYT: A Fox Chief at the Pinnacle of Media and Politics

NYT: In Primary Battles, the G.O.P. Takes On Itself
Hill: Congressional Republicans backing more insurgent candidates
AJC: Questions about the GOP arent going away
NYT: When Politicians Call It Quits

Politico: Palin attacks book; Reid regrets
Huff Post: Sarah Palin Taps Into Tea Partiers

Politico: Gingrich to save America

WaPo: Not much concrete with this Steele
WaPo: Fire Michael Steele
PowerLine: Michael Steele strikes again

Politico: Sunday talk show tip sheet
Hill: Steele on shows after critical GOP week


NYT: Spitzer Calls Gillibrands Views Wrong and Malleable
Albany TU: Spitzer raps Paterson, Obama, Gillibrand
NY Post: Eliot gives Gillibrand a socking
NY Post: The spoiler: How Harold Ford Jr. will shake up New York politics
NYDN: Ford Jr. weighs new run for Senate, but first attempt went south after ad controversy
NYDN: New book claims Schumer backed Obama while publicly supporting Clinton


Boston Globe: Brown showcases his conservative leanings
Kathleen Parker: A Republican Senate upset in Massachusetts?
Boston Globe: Bill Clinton to lend support to Coakley
Politico: Poll: Scott Brown ahead of Martha Coakley by one point
Fox: New Poll Has Coakley, Brown in Dead Heat for Senate Seat
Public Policy Polling: Toss up in Massachusetts
Boston Globe: Senate poll: Coakley up 15 points
LA Times: Election will test Kennedy clan's influence

Joan Vennochi: Round One goes to Baker and his big bucks


Day: Senate race is changed in a flash


SacBee: Whitman's eBay success is key to her campaign
Fox: Meg Whitman Pours $19 Million Into Campaign
NYT: Ballot Issues Attest to Anger in California
SacBee: Schwarzenegger's ambitious jobs plan faces uphill battle
George Will: Fiscal liberalism has tarnished California gold
Dan Walters: Schwarzenegger reverts to fantasy with budget proposal


Hill: Poll: Reid hits new low in Nevada


Hill: NRSC to back Bennett against conservative primary challengers


Star-Telegram: Republican candidates for Texas governor attack each other over toll roads
Dallas MN: Medina adds fire, uncertainty in Texas governor's race
Dallas MN: Texas Republicans in Congress can't coast to re-election this time


PNJ: Crist tries to polish his image but Rubio won't let ties to Obama, stimulus die
St. Pete Times: Crist: 'Zero' chance of leaving Senate race
Palm Beach Post: Hi, Im Charlie Crist. And Im running for U.S. Senate
AP/Farrington: Fla. Gov. Crist is not sorry he backed stimulus
Miami Herald: Florida Republican activists call for unity
Herald Tribune: Back in the game: Jeb Bush
Tallahassee Democrat: GOP exhibits moment of fellowship


AJC: Capitol Who's Who: The most powerful players
AJC: Ga. GOP battles airline unions


Chicago Sun-Times: State GOP reprimands McKenna for spending
Chi Trib: GOP gubernatorial candidate Andy McKenna apologizes for role in unauthorized poll
Daily Herald: McKenna wrong, sorry for party polling
SJ-R: McKenna called out for insider help

Daily Herald: Endorsement: GOP primary for Senate: Mark Kirk

Chicago Sun-Times: Emanuel urges Daley to run for re-election


Des Moines Register: Police probe burglary at state Republican offices
Chicago Tribune: Apparent break-in at Iowa GOP headquarters

Des Moines Register: Leaders pledge no tax hikes, but Iowans can still expect to pay


Pioneer Press: In Minnesota governor's race, it'll be either war or peace


Philadelphia Inquirer: Gerlach's decisions renew GOP leaders' hopes for Pa.
WaterWorld: Corbett wins central Pennsylvania GOP straw poll
Philadelphia Inquirer: A profile of U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter


CQ Politics: Traficant Hits The Airwaves


Mlive: It's money that matters in Michigan race for governor
Detroit FP: Cox reports $1.8 million


News-Leader: Bond among senators traveling to China


Tennessean: GOP gubernatorial candidate Gibbons plans more open government


NCNN: State Sen. Soles Indicted
Sun News: Sen. Soles turns himself in after being indicted


State: Rally seeks to fire up protest against Obama, Congress


Richmond TD: State legislators brace for brutal budget-balancing
WaPo: Editorial: Exit Mr. Kaine
Larry Sabato: Notes on politics in the new year
Richmond TD: Altria a major donor to Va. political candidates


APP: Corzine leaves a costly legacy


January 9, 2010


WaPo: Airliner plot being prosecuted 'in wrong place,' Giuliani says
NYT: White House, Giuliani Spar Over Terrorism Policies
Politico: Rudy Giuliani: No attacks under George W. Bush
Hill: GOP senators write Obama letter objecting to alleged bomber's trial
WSJ: Undressing the Terror Threat
WSJ: Groups Say Screening Invites Bias
NYT: Man Charged in Newark Airport Security Breach
AP/Porter: Arrest made in Newart airport security breach
Detroit News: Terror case's drain on resources draws outrage
Detroit FP: Bomb suspect faces accusers; terrorism case may take months
Politico: Democrats plot to protect Janet Napolitano
Hill: Plans to transfer two Guantanamo detainees overseas raise concern

NYT: White House Aides Said to Chafe at Slow Pace of Afghan Surge
Leon Panetta: The CIA is proud to be on the front lines against al-Qaeda
Dana Milbank: Was the 'Tighty-Whitey Terrorist' al-Qaeda's best shot?
AP: CIA bomber's wife: Jihad must go on
Rush Limbaugh: We Put Peaceniks in Charge of War

WSJ: The Drone Wars: Weapons like the Predator kill far fewer civilians
WaPo: In Pakistan, McCain and Lieberman offer reassurance about relations with U.S.

Hill: Economy loses 85,000 jobs; unemployment rate stuck at 10 percent
WaPo: U.S. job loss report is blow to still-fragile recovery
Boston Globe: Jobless report lowers hopes
WSJ: White House Touts New Funding for Manufacturing
Hill: Obama announces $2.3B in clean energy manufacturing credits
NYT: Obama Tries to Turn Focus to Jobs, if Other Events Allow
WSJ: The Long Jobs Wait: Policy uncertainty hurts hiring
NYT: Editorial: Jobs and Politics
Rush Limbaugh: Where Does the Buck Stop on Jobs?

NYT: Unions Oppose Possible Health Insurance Tax
Hill: Obama puts focus back on healthcare reform
Hill: Healthcare bill excise tax likely to survive, labor leader says
Hill: Bill Clinton to address healthcare at House Democrats retreat
AP: Maine's Snowe Hasn't Deserted Health Care Debate

WSJ: A Freezing Nation With Little Relief in Sight
WSJ: White House, EPA at Odds Over Coal-Waste Rules
NYT: Editorial: Wind Power

WaPo: GOP reportedly holding up Homeland Security, Treasury picks

WSJ: Panel Investigating Financial Crisis to Question Bankers
AP/Wagner: Geithner called to explain AIG bailout secrecy

NYT: Courts Whittle Spending Limits in Election Law

WaPo: Sarah Palin and the first 2012 Republican proving ground
Politico: Palin's tea party raises eyebrows
CQ Politics: Palin to Visit Ohio in March for Right-to-Life Event
Bayou Buzz: Sarah Palin Speech To GOP In New Orleans: Let Presidential Election Begin
Louisville CJ: Palin to speak at Freedom Hall April 16

WaPo: Steele's book release, fiery rhetoric fuel dissatisfaction within GOP
Hill: Steele lashes out at critical GOP staffers
Fox: Michael Steele Is Mad and He's Not Going to Take it Anymore

Politico: Talk show hosts as candidates? Sounds good in theory

NYT: G.O.P. Aide Is Charged in Violent Family Fight

American Thinker: Budget Director Gone Wild

Politico: Sunday talk show tip sheet


NYT: Ford Says He Wont Be Bullied by Allies of Gillibrand
NYDN: Schumer tries to persuade Harold Ford not to run, but the ex-rep won't back down
Politico: Ford staffs up
Albany TU: Spitzer raps Paterson, Obama, Gillibrand
NY Post: Bloomy hires Pataki's kid
NYDN: Gov. David Paterson talks tough on ethics panel, demands independent commission


NYT: Race for Kennedys Seat Heats Up
Boston Globe: Furious exchanges mark Senate debate
American Thinker: A Revolution in Massachusetts
CQ Politics: Mass. Senate: Another Group Rallies Behind Brown
CQ Politics: Coakley Raises $100,000 in 24 Hours


LA Times: Governor warns of deep fiscal crisis as he unveils California budget plan
SacBee: Analysis: Governor declares state of emergency, offers budget plan with deep cuts
WSJ: California Requests Billions From U.S.
NYT: Plan to Close Californias Budget Deficit
SacBee: Boxer disputes Schwarzenegger claim on federal aid
LA Times: Governor seeks to ease rules on firing weak teachers


Dallas MN: Cornyn denies asking Hutchison to drop bid for Texas governor's seat


AP/Farrington: Crist seeks 'pro-life' label in Fla. Senate race
Tampa Tribune: Is Crist getting more conservative on abortion?
Miami Herald: Gov. Charlie Crist faces rough road in U.S. Senate race
St. Pete Times: Run of bad news thwarts Gov. Crist's chance for momentum in Senate race
St. Pete Times: Jeb Bush faced bigger staff headaches than those besetting Charlie Crist

Florida TU: GOP candidate for Florida party chairman stirs debate
News-Press: Outgoing Florida GOP chair urges unity

Miami Herald: Ray Sansom's grand jury testimony approved for use in Florida House probe


Chicago Tribune: Endorsement: For the GOP, McKenna for governor


CQ Politics: Gerlach Will Run for Re-Election
CQ Politics: Gerlach Move Improves GOP Chances to Hold Swing Seat
CQ Politics: State Senator To Challenge Rep. Tim Holden
Pittsburgh PG: Gubernatorial candidate criticizes Ravenstahl veto of wage bill


Rasmussen: 2010 Kentucky Senate: GOP Hopefuls Now Ahead of Both Democratic Rivals


AP/Smith: SC gov asks judge to OK wife's divorce request


Star-Ledger: Christie picks 3 ex-colleagues for posts
Star-Ledger: Three Corzine cabinet members to be dismissed by Gov.-elect Christie


LA Times: Lonely times for Hawaii's Republicans


January 8, 2010


WSJ: EPA Proposes Tighter, Costlier Smog Limits
WaPo: EPA proposes stricter limits on smog pollutants
NYT: E.P.A. Seeks Stricter Rules for Pollutants Causing Smog
Wash Times: EPA proposes toughest smog limits yet
WSJ: How the Register of Historic Places could kill green power
WaPo: Scientists say mountaintop mining should be stopped
Human Events: Global Warmists Mouths Frozen Shut

WSJ: Obama Orders Security Fix
NYT: Obama Orders Improvements in Security Policies
WSJ: 'A Failure to Connect the Dots'
Wash Times: 'Buck stops with me,' Obama says
Dallas MN: Cornyn blames anti-terror lapses on Obama's "preoccupation" with health care
AP/Gearan: Gates to stay at Pentagon
Charles Krauthammer: Obama's Guantanamo obsession
Wes Pruden: There's no penalty for sleeping on the job
Politico: GOP reps slam Towns, demand terror probe

WaPo: Worried House Democrats confer on health-care reform
NYT: On Health Care Bill, Nelson to Fight for All States
Politico: Nelson in "serious discussions" to extend deal
Hill: Pelosi vows to defend House healthcare bill
Politico: Govs. enlisted in health care cause
WSJ: Health-Care Views Hurt Dorgan's Bid
WSJ: Medicare and the Mayo Clinic
WSJ: Where U.S. Health Care Ranks Number One
Jim Taranto: Mistakes were made, says Sen. Ben Nelson. Here's how he can unmake them
Rush Limbaugh: Minority-Mindset Republicans Absent in Fight Against Obamacare

NYT: President Is Said to Decide to Renominate Six Choices

Boston Globe: Dodds status may hurt odds on creating new consumer agency

Hill: Senate Democrats look at infrastructure, 'caulkers' in jobs bill

NYT: Further Slide Seen in N.Y. Commercial Real Estate
WaPo: Rising gas prices could be a drag on economic recovery
Wash Times: Soaring rate of bankruptcies expected to continue in 2010
AP: Labor report signals a letup in layoffs
WaPo: Lockheed Martin to cut 1,200 jobs as Pentagon work slows
Paul Krugman: Bubbles and the Banks

Stephen Moore: The New Year Brings Tax Chaos: At least 2010 is a good year to die

Kim Strassel: Some of the GOP's heavy hitters are giving thought to the party's future
Jonah Goldberg: Republican Party could learn a lot from pizza chain
Peggy Noonan: The Risk of Catastrophic Victory
Rush Limbaugh: How Washington RINOs See You

WaPo: Steele's comments anger congressional Republicans
WaPo: Steele comments have GOP aides pleading, 'Get him to stop'
Wash Times: Steele to GOP critics: Fire me or 'shut up'
CQ Politics: GOP Aides Tell RNC: Keep Steele Quiet
CQ Politics: NRCC Takes Aim at RNC Chairman
AP/Haines: Gingrich offers praise for GOP Chairman Michael Steele in first year on job

Politico: Poll: McCain is leader of GOP

CNN: Palin to speak at major GOP event
Politico: Palin rebuffs CPAC, Keene
Politico: Palin aide warned of 'epic debacle'

ABC: Tea Party Activists Gaining Steam Across the Country
Politico: Paul: Tea parties won't rebuild GOP

Human Events: If GOP Wants Majority, Expose Fake Blue Dogs

WaPo: GOP casting wide net in effort to recruit 2010 hopefuls
CQ Politics: Landrieu Moves PAC Funds to Vulnerable Democrats

Michael Gerson: Brit Hume's Tiger Woods remarks shine light on true intolerance


NYDN: Ex-GOP congresswoman Molinari may take aim at Sen. Gillibrand - with Rudy's support
Staten Island Advance: Susan Molinari mulling run against Sen. Gillibrand
NYT: New York Politicians at Odds Over Harold Ford Jr.
NY Post: Reid to Bloomberg: don't back Ford Jr.
NYT: Reform of New Yorks Courts Stalls
NYT: Seeking Grants, Paterson Urges Education Changes
Richard Ravitch: Washington and the Fiscal Crisis of the States


NYT: In Massachusetts, Anxiety for Favored Democrats
Boston Globe: Coakley basks in political blessings
Boston Phoenix: Steele E-Fundraising For Brown


Rasmussen: Blumenthal Begins Connecticut Senate Race with Big Lead Over GOP Hopefuls
Day: Republican candidates shrug off Dodd's exit

Hill: Rep. Chris Murphy vs. Lieberman?


SacBee: Schwarzenegger to seek permanent pay cuts to replace worker furloughs
SacBee: Prez elected Assembly speaker, says he'll end budget talk secrecy
SacBee: EPA's tougher proposed smog rules will affect California
Dan Walters: California economy still waiting for recovery


Politico: Nevada Republican: Ensign affair hurting state


CQ Politics: McInnis Leads In Colorado Race, Which Salazar Won't Enter
Rasmussen: With Ritter Stepping Down, Democratic Prospects Improve in Colorado
NYT: Salazar Wont Leave Cabinet for Gov.s Race
Wash Times: Salazar won't run for Colo. governor


Politico: GOP says Schultz's testing waters on air; Schultz says he's not running
CQ Politics: Pomeroy Has $1.4 Million in Cash at Year-End


WSJ: The Montana Exception: A Democrat cuts spending. Really.


Politico: Craig James wants to run for Senate in Texas

AP: Perry launches ad highlighting state economy


Miami Herald: GOP bypasses dispute
Miami Herald: GOP effort to unite behind new leader falters
St. Pete Times: Florida GOP's No. 2 leader steps down
Palm Beach Post: Another Florida Republican resigns in the name of unity


AP: Some Atlantans pursue secession


Chicago Sun-Times: Kirk: All 'major' Taliban leaders are former Gitmo prisoners


AP: Pawlenty, top Dem lawmakers meet to talk MN budget


CQ Politics: Gerlach Ends Gubernatorial Bid, May Run For Re-Election
Hill: Gerlach ends bid for Pennsylvania gov.; mum on reelection


Cleveland PD: New federal smog standards would put Ohio out of compliance


Detroit FP: Dillon forms gubernatorial committee
Detroit FP: Granholm wont back a gubernatorial hopeful


St. Louis PD: Missouri GOP lines up Minnesota governor as Lincoln Days speaker
St. Joe News: Bond disagrees with approach


CQ Politics: Holt Files Paperwork for Senate Bid


Scene: The tea party movement is coming to Tennessee


Dawson News: N.C. GOP chief to address Republican women Tues.


State: Senate to shun censure debate?


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NYT: New Jersey Senate Defeats Gay Marriage Bill
Star-Ledger: Gay rights advocates vow to bring issue to court




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