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Reconciliation

By Dylan Matthews

Today, Jonathan critiqued the administration's line item veto proposal, Ezra examined how China wields power, I questioned whether the Joe Sestak scandal is really scandalous, Kate reported on how the administration will raise the liability cap, and Mike looked ahead to the next two years of financial reform.

1) Felix Salmon on congestion pricing in New York City.

2) Jeff Madrick reviews “The Big Short” by Michael Lewis.

3) Should California implement Louisiana-style runoff primaries?

4) Brad Plumer looks at China's effectiveness at implementing green policies.

5) The Senate has a record number of lame ducks.

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

By Washington Post Editors  |  May 25, 2010; 6:30 PM ET
 
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