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10:35 AM ET, December 9, 2009

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New York Times:
Reid Says Deal Resolves the Impasse on the Public Option  —  WASHINGTON — The Senate majority leader, Harry Reid, said Tuesday night that he and a group of 10 Democratic senators had reached “a broad agreement” to resolve a dispute over a proposed government-run health insurance plan …
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David Espo / Associated Press:
Dems agree to drop gov't-run insurance option  —  WASHINGTON — Democratic senators say they have a tentative deal to drop a government-run insurance option from health care legislation.  No further details were immediately available.  —  But liberals and moderates have been discussing an alternative …
Brian Beutler / TPMDC:
Democrats Agree To Tentatively Trade Opt-Out For Trigger, Medicare Buy In, And More  —  An aide briefed on the negotiations among the gang of 10 offers up the rundown of the most important aspects of the public option compromise being sent to CBO.  —  If this trade-off carries the day, the opt out public option is gone.
Ezra Klein:
The team of 10 reaches a deal on the public option  —  But, err, they won't tell anyone what it is.  At least not until they hear back from the Congressional Budget Office.  The most telling tidbit so far has come from Sen. Jay Rockefeller, who said, “I've got a smile on my face.  I don't smile naturally.”
The Politico:
Reid: Dems reach ‘broad agreement’  —  Senate Democrats have reached a “broad agreement” on a health reform bill, Majority Leader Harry Reid said Tuesday night — a plan that would replace the public option in the current Senate bill with a new national insurance plan offered by private insurers …
Reuters:
Democrats reach deal on health plan  —  WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senate Democratic negotiators said they had reached agreement on Tuesday on a compromise on a scaled-back public insurance plan in a broad healthcare overhaul and would seek cost estimates on the deal.
Tony Romm / The Hill:
Steele fires back at Reid for ‘slavery’ analogy
Discussion: The Politico
Wall Street Journal:
Senators Strike Health Deal
Discussion: Commentary and WSJ.com
CNN:
White House lauds possible health care deal
Discussion: The Nation
Sarah Palin / Washington Post:
Copenhagen's political science  —  With the publication of damaging e-mails from a climate research center in Britain, the radical environmental movement appears to face a tipping point.  The revelation of appalling actions by so-called climate change experts allows the American public …
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Jeremy Schulman / Media Matters for America:
Wash. Post publishes falsehood-laden Palin op-ed that is contradicted by scientists, temperature data, and ... the Post itself  —  The Washington Post's has published an op-ed by Sarah Palin in which she claims that the apparently stolen Climate Research Unite emails “reveal that leading climate ‘experts’ …
Mark Silva / The Swamp:
Sarah Palin: Obama, boycott Copenhagen
Discussion: D.C. Now
Mike Allen / The Politico:
Exclusive: George gets ‘GMA’  —  ABC News will announce George Stephanopoulos as an anchor of “Good Morning America,” to start as soon as Monday, industry sources tell POLITICO.  The announcement is planned for Thursday.  —  Stephanopoulos, 48, joins Robin Roberts at the anchor desk of the lucrative morning show.
Lisa Lerer / The Politico:
EPA chief: Timing is a coincidence  —  COPENHAGEN— Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson insisted Wednesday that her agency did not time the release of its global-warming endangerment finding to jump-start climate talks here.  —  “The endangerment finding and the work …
Discussion: Weekly Standard
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Mark Silva / The Swamp:   EPA chief's ovation (new) in Copenhagen
Jim Hoft / Gateway Pundit:
Dick Cheney: Obama Does Not Share That Belief in American Exceptionalism (Video)  —  Former VP Dick Cheney was on with Sean Hannity tonight.  During the interview Cheney said that, “Barack Obama does not share that belief of American exceptionalism that most of us believe in.”
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Washington Post:
TSA accidentally reveals airport security secrets  —  The Transportation Security Administration inadvertently revealed closely guarded secrets related to airport passenger screening practices when it posted online this spring a document as part of a contract solicitation, the agency confirmed Tuesday.
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Michelle Malkin:
Sarah in the Springs  —  We had frigid weather and several inches of Goreflakes on the ground here in Colorado Springs, but Sarah Palin lit up the town for a Borders signing earlier this evening that drew yet another massive crowd on her nationwide “Going Rogue” book tour.
Boston Globe:
Coakley, Brown win primaries for US Senate seat  —  Attorney General Martha Coakley easily captured the Democratic nomination for the US Senate tonight and took a giant step toward smashing the state's political glass ceiling, as she parlayed her straightforward style and strong appeal among women …
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Boston Herald:
Brown, Coakley to face off in final for U.S. Senate
John M. Broder / New York Times:
Climate Deal Likely to Bear Big Price Tag  —  WASHINGTON — If negotiators reach an accord at the climate talks in Copenhagen it will entail profound shifts in energy production, dislocations in how and where people live, sweeping changes in agriculture and forestry and the creation of complex …
Adam Liptak / New York Times:
Sotomayor Draws Retort From a Fellow Justice  —  WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court released its first four decisions in argued cases this term on Tuesday.  They were all minor, but one was notable for being Justice Sonia Sotomayor's Supreme Court debut and for prompting a testy concurrence from Justice Clarence Thomas.
Wall Street Journal:
A Transaction Tax Would Hurt All Investors  —  The unintended consequences of the ‘Let Wall Street Pay for the Restoration of Main Street Act.’  —  'Don't tax you, don't tax me, tax that fellow behind the tree.  " Those famous words were spoken more than 30 years ago by the late Louisiana …
Discussion: The Glittering Eye and TigerHawk
Thomas L. Friedman / New York Times:
Going Cheney on Climate  —  In 2006, Ron Suskind published “The One Percent Doctrine,” a book about the U.S. war on terrorists after 9/11.  The title was drawn from an assessment by then-Vice President Dick Cheney, who, in the face of concerns that a Pakistani scientist was offering nuclear-weapons expertise …
Bob Egelko / San Francisco Chronicle:
White House wants suit against Yoo dismissed  —  (12-07) 11:33 PST SAN FRANCISCO — The Obama administration has asked an appeals court to dismiss a lawsuit accusing former Bush administration attorney John Yoo of authorizing the torture of a terrorism suspect, saying federal law does …
Kathleen Parker / Washington Post:
Kathleen Parker on Rick Santorum's return to the national political stage  —  Is Rick Santorum running for president of the United States, or isn't he?  —  I caught him by phone on a people mover at Dulles Airport and posed the question: He's not running, then again, he's not NOT running.
Stephanie Strom / New York Times:
Civil Liberties Group Loses $20 Million Donor  —  A longtime anonymous donor to the American Civil Liberties Union has withdrawn his annual gift of more than $20 million, punching a 25 percent hole in its annual operating budget and forcing cutbacks in operations.
Discussion: ACLU, No Sheeples Here and 24Ahead
 
 
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