On the Radar: March 10, 2010

"AP-GfK Poll: Public wants elusive accord on health"
By Charles Babington, Associated Press
Americans and their lawmakers are dramatically out of sync on health care, with large majorities of people looking for bipartisan cooperation that's nowhere in sight...Continue Reading

"On health-care reform, Republicans target Democrats' division over reconciliation"
By Shailagh Murray, The Washington Post
As Republicans work to prevent a health-care bill from reaching President Obama, they are scrambling to exploit divisions between Democrats in the House and the Senate...Continue Reading

"Roberts: Presidential address is 'pep rally'"
By Joan Biskupic, USA Today
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts told an Alabama audience Tuesday that he found the atmosphere "very troubling" at January's State of the Union Address, during which President Obama criticized the high court...Continue Reading

"Hurdles to financial reform"
By Eamon Javers, POLITICO
Despite all the sturm and drang in Washington about reforming Wall Street, it’s not at all clear that the legislation moving on Capitol Hill this week will ultimately fix what critics view as three of the most glaring conflicts of interest in the nation’s financial system...Continue Reading

Posted: Wed, 03/10/2010 - 12:14pm