Washington Post (Washington, DC)
The Fix, one of the most well-known political blogs in DC, gives a rundown at what to watch for in today’s health care summit. 44, another Washington Post blog that handles watching the Administration, reports that Senator Olympia Snowe was invited but declined to attend.
New York Daily News (New York, NY)
Barack Obama wasn’t banking on this kind of change when he rode to victory on a wave of young voters’ support. Gridlock in Washington and an escalating war in Afghanistan are behind waning support among 18 – 29-year-olds for the Democratic Party, a new poll reveals.
Dallas Morning News (Dallas, TX)
With time running short, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison shared a stage with Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday night and made the case that Republicans should think twice before putting him on the ticket again.
St. Petersburg Times (Tampa Bay, FL)
U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio charged grocery bills, repairs to the family minivan and purchases from a wine store less than a mile from his West Miami home to the Republican Party of Florida while he was speaker of the Florida House, according to records obtained by The St. Petersburg Times/Miami Herald.
New York Times (New York, NY)
The police can take a second run at questioning a suspect who has invoked his Miranda rights, but they must wait until 14 days after the suspect has been released from custody, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.