Friday, March 17, 2006

Goood Morning to the Mainland!

The NYT leads with Judges Overturn Bush Bid to Ease Pollution Rules. The clean-air regulation would have let many power plants, refineries and factories avoid installing costly new pollution controls. They second lead Testing Errors Prompt Calls for Oversight As students' futures depend more and more on standardized test scores, should the testing industry be more strictly regulated? The FP editorial is called a "NEWS ANALYSIS, " Politics Drives a Senate Spending Spree.

The WaPo leads with Judges Overturn Bush Bid to Ease Pollution Rules, which says that the clean-air regulation would have let many power plants, refineries and factories avoid installing costly new pollution controls. Testing Errors Prompt Calls for Oversight is the second lead and tells us that as students' futures depend more and more on standardized test scores, should the testing industry be more strictly regulated?

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