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Recap: The next Robert Byrd will have to fix the Senate's rules, not just master them; some thoughts on how I do my job; and does income inequality cause financial crises?


1) Regulators matter.

2) Austin Frakt on doc payments.

3) How to make Medicare's innovations center work. (pdf)

4) Remember when the Republican presidential ticket supported cap-and-trade?

Recipe of the day: Ever think to yourself, how will I use all this farro? Me neither.

By Ezra Klein  |  June 28, 2010; 6:43 PM ET
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That article about the 2008 Republican position on Cap & Trade (and past positions on so much else) is a good read.

Maybe the Dems should name a CAT bill in honor of McCain & Palin, and then watch the Republicans filibuster the legislation they themselves promised to deliver had they defeated Obama.

Posted by: Patrick_M | June 28, 2010 11:52 PM | Report abuse

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