Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Morning news roundup

Here in Washington, Crosscut writes about the situation in Green River Valley, where the Army Corps of Engineers may have to spill more water than usual from the Howard Hanson dam, increasing the probability of flooding downstream. Homeowners and businesses are scrambling to find coverage, and businesses in particular are finding it hard to find major coverage. (We also have a few suggestions.)
Good -- and comprehensive -- primer on the health care debate in the NY Times this morning. Also from the Times:
In U.S. News & World Report: States May Face Huge Bills Without Healthcare Reform

In the Philadelphia Inquirer has a story about Realpoint joining the ranks of traditional rating agencies (like Standard & Poors, etc.) approved by the SEC, Federal Reserve and National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

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