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Posted at 6:46 PM ET, 01/ 5/2011

Reconciliation

By Ezra Klein

Recap: The Democrats unveiled their modest filibuster reforms; libertarians are more powerful than they'd have you believe; and I thought Speaker Boehner gave a very good speech today.

Elsewhere:

1) Why is the path from Wall Street to Washington so well-trodden?

2) Super WiFi!

3) David Leonhardt's Q&A with Gov. Mitch Daniels.

4) Lots of cool stuff at CES this year.

5) I'll be talking filibuster reform with Chris Hayes on the "Rachel Maddow Show" tonight.

By Ezra Klein  | January 5, 2011; 6:46 PM ET
 
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Go get 'em, tiger. That filibuster reform thing has only got a few days left to run, so milk it for all you can!

Posted by: 54465446 | January 5, 2011 9:58 PM | Report abuse

Ezra,

In case you don't know, the Economist's Voice has a special issue on health care reform. The Economist's Voice is an outstanding journal written for policy makers and analysts, with editors Joseph Stiglitz and Brad DeLong, among others.

The issue's at:

http://www.bepress.com/ev/vol7/iss5/

Posted by: RichardHSerlin | January 6, 2011 12:34 AM | Report abuse

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