April 2010

Senate begins debate on overhaul of financial regulation - Washington Post


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Senate begins debate on overhaul of financial regulation
Washington Post
Republicans abandoned their blockade against legislation to clamp tough new controls on Wall Street Wednesday, clearing a road to likely passage for the most sweeping rewrite of financial rules since the Great Depression. By Brady Dennis The Senate
Bank Bill Attracts Populist AttacksWall Street Journal
Senate Launches Debate on Wall Street BillABC News
GOP Lifts Block of Financial Reform DebateCBS News
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Obama Prods Economic Team to Stay - Wall Street Journal


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Obama Prods Economic Team to Stay
Wall Street Journal
President Barack Obama, trying to head off a staff exodus after the November elections, has been pressing members of his economic team to stay with his administration until the economy is on a stronger footing, Democratic officials
Obama to address Business Council on TuesdayReuters
Obama, Geithner To Address Business Council In MayNASDAQ
Obama to speak to leaders of some of nation's largest companies about economy Gaea Times (blog)
MSMDC News (blog)
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Specter dominates as Sestak tries to lure undecideds - Philadelphia Inquirer

Specter dominates as Sestak tries to lure undecideds
Philadelphia Inquirer
Given high voter anger at Washington, basement-level approval ratings for incumbents, and a party switcher for an opponent, most analysts figured at the outset that Rep. Joe Sestak had a decent chance to defeat Sen.
STREET TALK: Sestak responds to Specter TV adDanville News
Specter rips Sestak over pay given to election staffPittsburgh Post Gazette
Specter vs. Sestak: Who's the Real Democrat on Afghanistan?Huffington Post (blog)
Politico -CNN International -Towanda Daily Review
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Pat Anderson wins GOP endorsement for state auditor - Minnesota Independent


Politics in Minnesota
Pat Anderson wins GOP endorsement for state auditor
Minnesota Independent
Former State Auditor Pat Anderson got the nod from GOP activists at the state convention to campaign for her old job. She will face off against current State Auditor Rebecca Otto, who says that during Anderson's tenure
Republicans pick nominees for state officesPierce County Herald
Anderson wins auditor endorsementWoodbury Bulletin
Pat Anderson wins third ballot endorsement for State AuditorCoon Rapids ECM Publishers
Pioneer Press -MinnPost.com -Politics in Minnesota
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Barden seeks attorney general’s office - Princeton Union Eagle

Barden seeks attorney general's office
Princeton Union Eagle
Attorney Chris Barden of Edina wants to add “Minnesota Attorney General” to his already varied resume. Barden, Republican candidate for attorney general, is a Harvard trained attorney, licensed pyschologist, expert witness, who views the
GOP-endorsed AG candidate Chris Barden links Lori Swanson, health care reform MinnPost.com
Barden receives GOP nod for attorney generalMinneapolis Star Tribune (blog)
Barden says Swanson is ACORN's favorite Attorney GeneralMinnesota Public Radio

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Record numbers of GOP women campaigning for House seats - Washington Post


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Record numbers of GOP women campaigning for House seats
Washington Post
Nearly two years after Sarah Palin became the Republican Party's first female nominee for vice president, record numbers of Republican women are running for House seats, driving the overall count of women running for both the
GOP Has a Good Chance at Winning the House in Midterm ElectionsDailyFinance
Boehner: 100 seats in play for GOPPolitico
Illinois Dems Outraising GOPMyFox Illinois
Georgetown Record -NPR -CQPolitics.com
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Hawaii passes bill to curb clamor for Obama birth certificate - Honolulu Advertiser


Washington Post (blog)
Hawaii passes bill to curb clamor for Obama birth certificate
Honolulu Advertiser
State Sen. Will Espero doesn't believe for a second that the end of the "birther" conspiracy theory is near, but he hopes lawmakers gave understaffed and overwhelmed Health Department officials a new tool against persistent requests for
Kids care vote; Birther Bill; McCain approvalFOX11AZ.com
"Birthers" to March on WashingtonCBS News
Arizona Birther Bill Loses SupportMyFox Phoenix
KHON2 -USA Today -New York Daily News
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Democrats Outline Plans for Immigration - New York Times


Economist (blog)
Democrats Outline Plans for Immigration
New York Times
WASHINGTON — A coalition of top Senate Democrats laid out the contours of a proposed overhaul of immigration laws on Thursday — and appealed to Republicans to join them in pursuing it — even as doubts mounted
Democrats unveil immigration-reform proposalWashington Post
Arizona immigration law: New push for reformArizona Republic
Democrats Tread Gingerly on ImmigrationWall Street Journal
NPR -Mother Jones -FOXNews
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Dems attack Rossi ahead of possible Senate bid - The Associated Press


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Dems attack Rossi ahead of possible Senate bid
The Associated Press
OLYMPIA, Wash. — Democrats stepped up their pre-emptive campaign against potential Republican Senate candidate Dino Rossi on Thursday, alleging that $20000 in delinquent property taxes owed by his business partners show poor ethical standards on his
Democrats attack Rossi for his firm's tax delinquencySeattle Times
Dino Rossi's Firm Owes $20000 in TaxesThe Atlantic
Company where Rossi works owes $20000 in taxesSeattle Post Intelligencer (blog)
TPMDC (blog) -HeraldNet (blog) -MyNorthwest.com
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Lawmakers call for restrictions on political ads - The Associated Press

Lawmakers call for restrictions on political ads
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Corporations and unions would have to identify themselves on political ads they bankroll, and the CEO or top official would have to make "I approve this message" statements under legislation being introduced in Congress Thursday.

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