* Josh Bolten seeks "fresh start" for the White House. McClellan: "This is a time to reenergize and renew our commitment to help the president advance his agenda." [WP, NYT, W$J]


* Mississippi senators are criticized for allocating $700M from war funding to relocate brand-new freight rail line. Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.): "American taxpayers are generous and are happy to restore damaged property, but it is wrong for senators to turn this tragedy into a giveaway for economic developers." [WP]

* Sen. Hillary Clinton raised $6M in the first quarter and holds $20M in the bank; Sen. George Allen (R-Va.) has $7.2M on hand. [WP]

* Rumsfeld says calls for his retirement will fade. [NYT]

* Gay families attend White House Easter egg roll; few complaints about missing the Bushes. [USAT]

* States are showing some fiscal restraint; surpluses seen in 42 states. [USAT]

* National Archives pledges new era of "transparency"; Archives had "secret agreement" with the CIA to withhold documents. [WP, NYT]

* Mike Gravel, former Democratic senator from Alaska, officially announces bid for '08 presidential nomination. [WP]

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