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Reconciliation

By Dylan Matthews

Today, Suzy asked whether Massachusetts residents are gaming the individual mandate and talked more about states' role in health-care reform. Mike looked at municipal financial scandals and how banks calculate what customers are worth. And I praised Obama's assistance to regulatory agencies and argued that campaign finance reform could help end dangerous coal mining practices. Here's what we missed:

1) Raj Date and Holly Scott Atallah write about the
Failure of Bank Board Governance
, an important part of financial
reform.

2) Dave Weigel, at his new Post blog that you all should be reading, notices Delaware Republican Congressman and Senate candidate Mike Castle moving right on health-care reform.

3) Brad Plumer asks who would be in charge of geoengineering.

4) College professors are outsourcing grading.

5) Josh Barro worries that state film subsidies lead to fraud and censorship.

That's it for me. Ezra's back to blogging tomorrow, but you can follow me, Mike and Suzy on Twitter if you'd like to keep up with our work. Thanks for reading, and thanks to Ezra for having us!

-- Dylan Matthews is a student at Harvard and a researcher at The Washington Post

By Washington Post Editors  |  April 6, 2010; 6:20 PM ET
 
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thank you.....
enjoyed reading and learning from all of your posts, during this past week.

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You guys did a good job in Ezra's absence. Thanks for providing interesting posts.

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