Recap: The specifics of what's being proposed in Wisconsin; public-employee unions aren't to blame for the state's deficits; and how Wisconsin's Senate Democrats are mounting an oddly traditional filibuster -- from Illinois.
1) Why does college cost so much?
2) “Real” food is much more price volatile than engineered food.
3) I can't tell if this letter Sens. Chambliss, Crapo and Coburn sent to Grover Norquist is ruling out tax increases or trying to confuse the issue of what a tax increase actually is.
4) Massachusetts led the way in health-insurance reform. Will they lead in delivery-system reform, too?
Recipe of the day: Scotch and whiskey skin.
| February 18, 2011; 5:30 PM ET
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