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The Dimming of a Dream in California Politics Daily | Lou Cannon on the disaster that's befallen his home state.
Spending Too Little on Reform Is Bad, Too New Republic: The Treatment | Jonathan Cohn writes that below a certain threshold, health reform simply may not work.
Cost Squeeze Raises Concerns About Health Benefits Package Kaiser Health News | Debate over subsidies a sticking point in reform debate.
Democrats Face ‘Peril,’ Opportunity After Health-Plan Setbacks Bloomberg | Uncertainty reigns as Congress eyes recess.
Reach of Subsidies Is Critical Issue for Health Plan New York Times | How far will reform plan have to go to make insurance affordable to all?
Clinton Calls Russia a 'Great Power' After Biden's Earlier, Harsher Remarks Los Angeles Times | First Iran/Israel, now Russia. Wasn't foreign policy supposed to be Biden's specialty?
Aftershocks Still Linger in John Ensign Saga Politico | The drip, drip continues for embattled Nevada senator.
2010 House Outlook: Democrats Look Secure CQ Politics | The majority may be safe, but Republicans have lots of opportunities to gain seats.

By Ben Pershing  |  July 27, 2009; 4:10 PM ET
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