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  • Top 10 Reads: September 16, 2011

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    1. Senator Casey Breaks With President Over Jobs Bill – CBSPittsburgh.com
    2. GE Responds to Charges of Crony Capitalism – Tim Carney, The Washington Examiner
    3. EPA Delays Global Warming Rules Again – Conn Carroll, The Washington Examiner
    4. GOP Lawmaker Wants Probe of White House Support of LightSquared – Brendan Sasso, Hillicon Valley
    5. FORD TV Ad Slams Obama Auto Bailouts – Paul Bedard, Washington Whispers, US News & World Report
    6. Solyndra Not Sole Firm to Hit Rock Bottom Despite Stimulus Funding – FoxNews.com
    7. Abbas: Palestinians Want Full UN Membership – Roee Nahmias, YNetNews.com
    8. Obama Says Patent Law, Jobs Plan Needed to Revive Growth – Kate Andersen Brower and Susan Decker, Bloomberg
    9. American’s Are ‘Poor’ Like Tom Cruise Is Fat – Kevin Jackson, Human Events
    10. Republican 2012 Hopefuls Roll Out Economic Proposals From Taxes to Trade – Rich Miller, Bloomberg
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