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Stimulus Clears House With No GOP Votes Politico | A win is a win, for now at least. We'll see how all this plays in 2010.
The Political Specter-um FiveThirtyEight | Is Specter's stimulus stance helping or hurting him back home? It's tough to tell.
Blackwater Ditches Tarnished Brand Name Associated Press | Troubled firm will now be called "Xe." Catchy, isn't it?.
Inside Obama's Economic Crusade Fortune | A you-are-there-look at the sexy, exciting world of macroeconomic policymaking.
Judge Holds Stevens Prosecutors in Contempt Associated Press | Could the feds possibly screw this case up any more than they already have?
Judd Gregg Withdraws as Nominee for Commerce Secretary, Says He Won't Run in 2010 New Hampshire Union Leader | What a strange saga. And poor Bonnie Newman.
After Gregg Jilts Obama, Washington Assesses the Damage Time | It is rare the president gets an offer spurned so publicly, regardless of party.
Stimulus Offers Glimpse of Obama’s Battle Plan New York Times | Lessons learned from Obama's first legislative fight.
Next Challenge on Stimulus: Spending All That Money Wall Street Journal | Turns out it's not actually that easy to spend $790 billion. But we're America, we can do it.
California’s Napolitano Makes $220,000 From 1998 Campaign Loan Bloomberg | At the very least, give Napolitano credit for finding a new way to personally profit from campaign donations. How is this legal?

By Ben Pershing  |  February 13, 2009; 7:51 AM ET
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