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Reconciliation

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?

Elsewhere:

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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Comments

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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