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--Washington gridlock and dysfunction are directly linked to corruption in political funding, as Supreme Court hears oral arguments in case that could eliminate the cap on an individual's total contributions
--named to replace Fed Chair Ben Bernanke, Janet Yellin is female, more liberal, and NOT Larry Summers....but she is not an agent of change, either
--Wall Street Journal reports at least a dozen meltdowns at NSA's massive server farm in Bluffdale, Utah will delay start of operations; but insiders tell PBC that Bluffdale is already in operational mode
--Ohio's "incremental strategy" places many restrictions on abortion and access without trying to make it illegal
--more fallout from last weekend's raid in Libya, as US claims "tacit" approval from the Libyan government
--US cuts off some aid to Egypt's military dictatorship, but still can't call the July 3 coup a "coup"
--Steve Horn reports that former Obama communications director Anita Dunn is working for TransCanada, builder of Keystone XL
--Obama cancelled Asian trip, but Bali Summit on Trans Pacific Partnership hits snags
--North Korea restarts a nuclear reactor