• Josh Bolten "is expected to press President Bush to assemble new economic and Congressional relations teams and overhaul the management of the West Wing." John Snow rumored to be on his way out. [NYT]
  • Senate approves lobbying restrictions by vote of 90 to 8; activists are disappointed. [WP, NYT, W$J, USAT, LAT]
  • Jack Abramoff is sentenced to 70 months in jail in Florida fraud case. [WP, NYT]
  • Republicans could alienate Hispanic voting bloc with stance on immigration; topic is front and center as Bush meets with Vicente Fox. [NYT, NYT, WP]
  • Administration will impose fuel standards on SUVs, minivans, and pickups, but environmentalists are unsatisfied. [W$J]
  • Bush tells Iraqis, "It's about time you get a unity government going." [WP]

  • Democrats outline plan for national security in attempt to "neutralize the advantage Republicans have held on national security and terrorism issues." Sen. Reid: "We are uniting behind a national security agenda that is tough and smart, an agenda that will provide the real security President Bush has promised, but failed to deliver." [WP, LAT, WT]
  • Republican colleagues complain Sen. Frist is pursuing presidential dreams ahead of party unity. [WP, WT]
  • House Republicans face criticism from conservatives, moderates, and Democrats while they draft $2.7 trillion budget. [W$J]
  • Court rules that Rep. Jim McDermott (D-Wash.) acted illegally in the leak of a taped conversation with Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) ten years ago. [WP]

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