Friday, June 5, 2009

Daily News Round-Up for June 5, 2009

The Hill (Washington, DC)
With potentially competitive Senate races forming in the seven most populous states in the union, the scope of campaign finance could reach new heights in 2010.

Politico (Washington, DC)
Senate Republicans showed growing frustration Thursday with President Barack Obama and congressional Democrats over a public insurance plan, calling it a deal breaker that would kill prospects for a bipartisan health care reform bill.

Virginian-Pilot (Richmond, VA)
Once considered a favorite to win the June 9 Democratic primary, Terry McAuliffe now finds himself in a tight race days before the election.

The State (Columbia, SC)
The SC's top court ruled unanimously Thursday that Gov. Mark Sanford must apply for the disputed $700 million in federal stimulus money.

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