In Case You Missed It: The National Law Journal's Tony Mauro analyzes yesterday's U.S. Supreme Court decision that Congress may not bar corporations and unions from using their own money to make independent expenditures to support or oppose candidates for office.
On Hold: A task force led by Justice Department lawyers has concluded that nearly 50 of the 196 detainees at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, should be held indefinitely without trial under the laws of war, according to the Washington Post.
Roadblock: A group of senators has introduced legislation to block the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act, the Washington Post reports.
Bank Limits: President Obama’s proposals to place new limits on the size and activities of big banks rattled the stock market, but banking executives were perplexed as to how his plan would work, according to The New York Times.
Google in China: Reuters reports how the Google dispute leaves China's wired generation torn between loyalty to their country and desire for access to information.