Clinton Leaves Hospital: Former President Bill Clinton checked out of a New York City hospital this morning after an overnight health scare triggered by chest pain. Cardiologists inserted two stents into a coronary artery, and declared Clinton healthy.
Democrats Propose CampFi Changes: Responding to last month's Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. FEC, Democrats are proposing new legislation around the edges of campaign finance regulation, according to this Wall Street Journal story. Proposals include tougher disclosure requirements and bans on expenditures by foreign corporations.
New Disorders Loom: Updating the roster and definition of mental disorders seems like a benign chore, but to employment lawyers, it's fraught with problems, according to this NLJ story today. Recognizing new disorders like binge eating, they say, could trigger new litigation under the Americans With Disabilities Act seeking workplace accommodations.
DADT Shows Signs of Weakening: Lt. Dan Choi, a symbol of the fight against the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, took part in a drill with his Army National Guard unit recently, the New York Times reports. Choi, an Iraq war veteran, announced last May that he is gay. Meanwhile a new poll indicates three-fourths of Americans support gays serving in the military.
Frisbee Inventor Dies: Fred Morrison, the man who invented the Frisbee -- first called a Pluto Platter -- died in Utah at age 90, according to this report. He never liked the name Frisbee, which came from a New England bakery whose pie tins were tossed around by college students.