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7:05 PM ET, June 5, 2012

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Mackenzie Weinger / Politico:
Reports: Robo-calls lying to Wisconsin voters  —  Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said his campaign is contacting Wisconsin residents to counter reports of a robo-call that says anyone who signed a petition to recall Gov. Scott Walker doesn't have to vote in Tuesday's election.
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Robin Bravender / Politico:
Wisconsin recall: Democrats prepare for recall recount  —  Brace yourself: Wisconsin Democrats say they are preparing for the event that the hotly contested recall race could drag on for weeks, or even longer.  —  Floating the prospect of a recount is, of course, a message that bolsters …
Josh Eidelson / Salon:
Nasty robo-calls in Wisconsin?  —  Some voters say they've received calls telling them they don't need to vote if they signed the recall petition  —  With both sides counting on dramatic turnout, Tom Barrett's campaign is charging Scott Walker supporters with dirty tricks.
BuzzFeed:
Obama Emails For Barrett Obama uses campaign list to encourage supporters to support Barrett in Wisconsin recall election.  —  President Barack Obama followed up his tweet in support of Mayor Tom Barrett's efforts to unseat Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker today with a blast email …
Daniel Strauss / The Hill:
Paycheck Fairness Act is defeated in Senate  —  Democratic legislation meant to fight gender discrimination in the workplace failed in the Democrat-controlled Senate Tuesday on a procedural vote.  —  In a 52 to 47 tally the Senate defeated the Paycheck Fairness Act.
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Daniel Strauss / The Hill:
Republican senator introduces alternative to Paycheck Fairness Act
Seung Min Kim / Politico:   Paycheck Fairness Act fails to advance in Senate
Reuters:
Fear factors: What worries Romney backers  —  Mitt Romney has done the unthinkable: silenced the legions of conservatives who saw him as too starched, too ideologically wobbly and too Richie Rich to win a few months ago.  —  Now comes the hard part: getting those same conservatives …
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Amy Willis / Telegraph:
Barack Obama calls Mitt Romney ‘George’ in latest election gaffe
Michael D. Shear / The Caucus:
Critique of Obama Jobs Record Puts Romney in a Bind
Sam Stein / The Huffington Post:
Mitt Romney Says He Would Have Backed Auto Bailout After Managed Bankruptcy
Discussion: Mediaite and BuzzFeed
Jeff Cox / CNBC:
US Already in ‘Recession,’ Extend Tax Cuts: Bill Clinton  —  Former President Bill Clinton told CNBC Tuesday that the US economy already is in a recession and urged Congress to extend all the tax cuts due to expire at the end of the year.  —  In a taped interview aired on “Closing Bell,” …
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Alicia M. Cohn / The Hill:
Clinton breaks with Obama on extending Bush-era tax rates  —  Former President Bill Clinton broke with President Obama over the Bush-era tax rates, saying he has “no problem” with extending them temporarily.  —  “I don't have any problem with extending all of it now, including the current spending level …
Discussion: Ballot Box and Politico
Roger Simon / Politico:
Bill Clinton is out of control  —  Bill Clinton has to be the smartest guy in the room even when he's not in the room.  —  Clinton is not on Barack Obama's campaign staff, is not a trusted adviser, does not set Obama's strategy.  —  But Bill Clinton is pretty good at sabotaging Obama's strategy.
Ben Geman / The Hill:
Breaking with Romney, Murkowski warns against ‘knee-jerk’ reaction to Solyndra  —  Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) is breaking with Mitt Romney and some Capitol Hill Republicans by expressing support for federal green-energy programs, including the one that provided loan help to the now-bankrupt Solyndra.
Discussion: The Hill, RedState and msnbc.com
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The Boston Globe:
Romney's solar slam at Obama backfires
Justin Sink / The Hill:
Romney in Texas: 'This is Obama's economy, not George Bush's'
Discussion: Ballot Box and Weasel Zippers
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James Pethokoukis / The Enterprise Blog:
CBO: Massive rise in U.S. debt crashes our economic forecasting model in 2035
Discussion: protein wisdom
Mark Maremont / Wall Street Journal:
How Romney Pushed State Health Bill  —  Emails Show Governor Defending Insurance Mandate for Massachusetts Residents  —  When Mitt Romney left office as Massachusetts governor, his aides removed all emails from a server computer in the governor's office, and purchased and carted off hard drives …
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Paul Cruickshank / CNN:
Al-Libi death a major blow for al Qaeda  —  Abu Yahya al-Libi is universally admired in jihadist circles and among the younger generation of al Qaeda leaders.  Charismatic, intelligent, a religious scholar - and with the extra qualification of having escaped from U.S. custody in Afghanistan …
Discussion: Power Line and Mediaite
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Jordy Yager / The Hill:
DOJ to House Republicans: Let's resolve ‘Fast and Furious’ issue  —  The Justice Department told House Republican leaders on Tuesday it was working to reach “a mutually acceptable resolution” to grant Congress access to information about a botched gun-tracking operation and avoid contempt proceedings from Attorney General Eric Holder.
Discussion: Politico
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Jerry Seper / Washington Times:
Issa: Officials had information about ‘reckless tactics’ in ‘Fast and Furious’
Discussion: National Review
Tom Jensen / Public Policy Polling:
Minnesota moving against marriage ban  —  Minnesota's constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage now appears to be in serious danger of failing, a reversal from a PPP poll four months ago when it led for passage by a 48/44 margin.  —  Now only 43% of voters support the proposed amendment, with 49% of voters opposed to it.
WisPolitics Election Blog:
Dems cry foul early into Election Day; Sen. Taylor demands investigation  —  With only about four hours into the Election Day voting, members of the Milwaukee Democratic Party claim that calls are going out to voters telling them if they'd signed the recall, they didn't need to vote today.
Jeffrey Toobin / News Desk:
The Real Stakes in the Health-Care Case: A Guide  —  No, I do not know what day the Supreme Court will decide the heath-care case.  (Best guess: June 25th.)  No, I have not “heard anything” about how the Justices will rule on the challenge to the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
Pam Belluck / New York Times:
Morning-After Pills Don't Block Implantation, Science Suggests  —  Labels inside every box of morning-after pills, drugs widely used to prevent pregnancy after sex, say they may work by blocking fertilized eggs from implanting in a woman's uterus.  Respected medical authorities …
 
 
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Robert Barnes / Washington Post:
Proposition 8: Appeals court won't reconsider ruling that gay-marriage ban is unconstitutional
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Tom Jensen / Public Policy Polling:
Obama up in Florida  —  PPP's newest Florida poll finds little change …
Ben Armbruster / ThinkProgress:
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Alicia M. Cohn / The Hill:
Michelle Obama isn't ‘endorsing or condemning’ NYC Mayor Bloomberg's proposed soda ban
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