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The 'Anything's Possible' Budget CQ Politics | Senate budget would seem to still let Obama do what he wants, until you read the fine print.
Treasury Proposes to Share New Powers With FDIC Wall Street Journal | In a heartwarming tale of cooperation, the two entities would work together to dismantle failing financial firms.
Obama Plans to Propose Stronger Financial-Fraud Rules Bloomberg | Administration takes a brave stand against fraud.
The Reconstruction of Eliot Spitzer: Notes From a Boomlet New York Observer | The former governor making a little comeback in the press, talking about AIG and the financial crisis.
Obama's Personnel Problem Forbes | Does Obama have the right team in place to tackle economic problems?
In a Volatile Time, Obama Strikes a New Tone for Crisis New York Times | Last night brought Obama "the lecturer," rather than the inspirational speaker.
Conrad Carves Up Obama's Budget Politico | Budget chair puts his own stamp, and cuts, on president's blueprint.
Treasury's Top Candidate to Run TARP Drops Out Wall Street Journal | Proposed bailout chief withdraws from consideration.
Abortion Debate Dogs Obama's Plan to Deliver Commencement Address Chicago Tribune | Obama apparently not welcome at Notre Dame, unless he's a good football player.
GOP’s Rising Star Runs Into a Rough Patch The Hill | Cantor raises some eyebrows in his own party by supporting AIG tax bill, opposing bank bailout plan.

By Ben Pershing  |  March 25, 2009; 5:00 PM ET
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