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The Day Ahead: Tuesday March 27
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Obama’s hint To Medvedev rattles Poland (Buzzfeed)

On day 2 of Supreme Court arguments, 70% of independents believe the law is unconstitutional (Gallup)

Trayvon Martin’s parents heading to the hill (Roll Call)

Trayvon Martin’s tweets (Daily Caller)

Rangel agrees to pay $23,000 FEC fine over use of rent-controlled apartment (The Hill)

Strauss-Kahn warned over alleged prostitution ring (CNN)

WSJ blasts conservative opposition to Ryan budget (WSJ)

G.O.P. Calls Democrats’ bluff on oil subsidies bill (NY Times)

Human Events faces shakeup, layoffs (Media Bistro)

The Conservative Teen magazine launches (The Conservative Teen)

Washington area’s urban growth tops Northeast (Washington Examiner)

Rollout of Dodd-Frank reform law leaves business in the dark (The Hill)

Obama takes Bush’s secrecy games one step further (Salon)

New study on medieval-era global warming (Daily Mail)

The mandate memo: How Obama changed his mind (New Yorker)

As Marco Rubio dismisses VP chatter, he looks to be preparing for job (Tampa Bay Times)

EPA to impose first greenhouse gas limits on power plants (WaPo)

Muslim Brotherhood asserts its strength in Egypt (WaPo)

Mystery deepens in death of Briton in China (WSJ)

Toulouse attacks boost Sarkozy’s election chances (Spiegel)

VIDEO: Hermain Cain’s latest bizarre ad

 

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