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Obama Overturns Bush Policy on Stem Cells CNN | Everyone knew he was going to do this at some point, so it makes sense for him to do it quickly.
Don’t Rely on Bush’s Signing Statements, Obama Orders New York Times | Obama tries to strike a balance, since he'll be issuing some signing statements himself.
Initial Thoughts on Bartlett v. Strickland Election Law Blog | Rick Hasen suggests Supreme Court migh be narrowing the Voting Rights Act in order to avoid striking the whole thing down.
Watchdog Over Stimulus Spending Toes a Delicate Line Wall Street Journal | How tough can new overseer be without upsetting the White House?
Warren Buffett to CNBC: Economy Has "Fallen Off a Cliff" CNBC | Famed investor says Obama needs to make a "clear statement" in support of the banking system.
As Obama Pushes, Some Dems Resist Chicago Tibune | By trying to do so many things at once, Obama is making it harder to keep his own party together.
President’s Political Protector Is Ever Close at Hand New York Times | Just as Rove used to have top Bush advisers over for Sunday breakfast, now Axelrod has the Obama brain trust over to his apartment for pizza on Wednesdays.
Why Rush is Wrong Newsweek | David Frum makes the case for why Limbaugh is hurting the GOP.
Who Sits Where? FiveThirtyEight | Interesting look at the evolution of the seating chart this year in the White House briefing room.
Tax Cop Trips Up W.H. Nominees Politico | A look at the IRS official who has been helping to vet Obama nominees' taxes. Obviously, she has been very thorough.

By Ben Pershing  |  March 9, 2009; 7:43 AM ET
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