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Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Today in News
Minnesota Justices Are Skeptical in Senate Case
A lawyer for Norm Coleman, who is fighting a recount battle with Al Franken for a Senate seat, faced sharp questioning in the state Supreme Court.
U.S. Effort to Reshape Schools Faces Challenges
Education Secretary Arne Duncan wants to take school turnaround efforts nationwide, but the process is expensive and fraught with problems.
Obama’s Test: Restoring G.M. With a Limited U.S. Role
The longer the government holds on to its stake in General Motors, the more the pressures will build to intervene in its business.
Judge in Case Is Known for His Brisk Approach
Senators Set to Visit White House to Discuss Health Care Overhaul
Democrats on two Senate committees that are drafting health legislation have been invited to the White House to meet with President Obama.
South Carolina Stimulus Case Is Given to State Court
A federal judge said two lawsuits seeking to require the governor of South Carolina to accept $700 million in federal stimulus money should be heard in state court.
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