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By Dylan Matthews

Today, Jonathan explained why we're stuck with the Senate and how it could change, Kate looked into what BP will have to pay up, I praised reproductive rights groups' post-health care lobbying, Mike compared the unemployment crisis across education levels, and Ezra noted that some in China are starting to worry about outsourcing from China.

1) Adam Serwer vs. Marc Thiessen isn't a fair fight.

2) Jonathan and Ezra are featured in this Columbia Journalism Review piece on political science blogging.

3) A Michigan state legislator wants to regulate journalists covering state government by requiring three years' experience, a journalism degree and "good moral character." Can't see how that'd go wrong.

4) Paul Krugman responds to William Galston's criticism.

5) Surely we can all agree that slow European growth is Hitler's fault.

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

By Multiplatform Editor  |  June 1, 2010; 6:30 PM ET
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