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Progress Seen on Health Bill as Obama Tries to Allay Fears New York Times | House and Senate both inching toward deals.
Ambassadorships for Sale Harpers | Donors to Obama do even better scoring foreign posts than they did under Bush.
Benefits of Healthcare Reform a Tough Sell for Americans Gallup | Plurality believes reform will help, but the margins are narrow.
Health Care Reform and the Unpopular T-Word New York Times | If Congress wants to reform health care, it will have to tax it.
Obama, Democrats Flunking Health Care Sales Pitch FiveThirtyEight | President doing a poor job so far convincing Americans reform will work for them.
Backlash: Democratic Dangers Mount Politico | The election forecast for Republicans looks promising, but voting is still a long way off.
Republicans Send Message With Opposition to Sotomayor Los Angeles Times | The days of bipartisan committee votes for court nominees may be over for good.
In a Savings Shocker, the Government Discovers That Paper Has Two Sides Wall Street Journal | Best headline of the day tops a story on the challenges of combating government inefficiency.

By Ben Pershing  |  July 29, 2009; 5:12 PM ET
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