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The Day Ahead: Wednesday March 21
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Mitt Romney wins Illinois primary; lowest turnout in 70 years (CBS)

Rick Santorum will find greater support in Louisiana (Nola)

Newt Gingrich is in the red (Politico)

Total delegate count (CNN)

Painter depicts Obama with burning Constitution (CBS)

Obama Campaign Spends $750K on Swag in February (ABC)

Buffett rule tax on wealthiest would raise just $31B over 11 years (WaPo)

Sec. Chu gives himself “better than A-minus” on keeping gas prices low (Free Beacon)

“The Hunger Games” illustrates the horrors of big government (Forbes)

First daughter’s spring break is not news, until earthquake strikes (Media Bistro)

Rep. Walter Jones calls China “Uncle Chang” (Washington Post)

Why the doubling of Obamacare’s cost matters (Washington Examiner)

Patent rejection by Supreme Court alarms the biotech industry (WSJ)

Obama to visit four states for damage control on energy issues (Washigton Times)

Who Else for Vice President but Marco Rubio? (Roll Call)

Iran oil sanctions exemption cheers Japan (WSJ)

Dozens of bombs kill at least 52 across Iraq (Reuters)

VIDEO: Will the real Mitt Romney please stand up?

 

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