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Court Rules in Favor of Franken; Coleman Won't Appeal Minneapolis Star-Tribune | The 2008 election is finally over. Start preparing for 2010.
Iraq Marks Withdrawal of U.S. Troops From Cities New York Times | Iraqis celebrate, but a big car bombing mars the day.
Chaos and Arm-Twisting Gives Nancy Pelosi a Major Win Politico | Pelosi got a tactical win on climate change, but what if the Senate never takes it up?
Insurance Figure at Center of Health Debate Boston Globe | Meet Karen Ignagni, perhaps the most important lobbyist in town right now.
"The Commission Has Been Road-Blocked": Republicans' War On The FEC TPMMuckraker | Critics charge that the three GOP commissioners won't allow any enforcement.
Ruling Upends Race's Role in Hiring Wall Street Journal | Decision likely won't affect Sotomayor much, but does affect employment law quite a bit.
It Came from Wasilla Vanity Fair | The latest and most candid salvo from the McCain camp against Palin.
A Faith-Based War Policy Continues Foreign Policy | Tom Ricks is very skeptical of whether Iraqis are ready for this shift.
Obama Steers Health Debate Out of Capital New York Times | He can appeal to the public all he wants, but his real constituency his in the Senate.
The Supreme Court Gets Ready To Turn on the Corporate Fundraising Spigot Slate | Deferral of Citizens United decision may mean Roberts court is eyeing a big campaign finance overhaul.

By Ben Pershing  |  June 30, 2009; 4:13 PM ET
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