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  1. Democratic Lawmakers in Indiana Embrace the ‘Flee Your State’ Fad [Updated]They’re copying Wisconsin Democrats and headed to Illinois.
  2. Congressman Mike Pence Is the Only Republican in America Definitively Not Running for PresidentThe Hoosier will likely run for governor instead.
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    Financing for Local Farmers; Organic Goes Private LabelPlus: Greenpeace takes on Trader Joe’s; the Cheesecake Factory slows expansion
  6. Marcus Schrenker’s Totally Embarrassing AdventureIt kind of backfired.
  7. How the Gas-Tax Pander Brought Clinton LowOver the past week, the headlines in Indiana turned to the split between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama on the idea of a gas-tax “holiday.” So did the political ads flooding Hoosier airwaves. And the result was last night’s nasty surprise for Clinton.
  8. What Every Last Pundit Is Saying About ClintonThe pundits are either outright declaring Obama the nominee (Tim Russert, Matt Drudge) or speculating on when her campaign will end. But what’s the range of opinion out there?
  9. Heilemann: Clinton Over — and Out?All in all, Clinton’s speech last night was a moment that smacked of the end of something — and with good reason, I’d venture.
  10. The Official North Carolina and Indiana Primary Sobriety GameIn which we help you Democrats get through the night without alcohol. And it won’t be easy!
  11. Down-home Clinton: Verbal Gems From Indiana and North CarolinaThe best of Hillary’s efforts to seem like she’s just folks.
  12. Today’s Primaries Could Change the Game, MaybeWhat will likely matter after tonight is how hard Clinton is willing to fight, and of course, whatever is going on in the heads of the undeclared superdelegates.
  13. Clinton, Obama Fine-tune Pandering in Final Days Before Indiana PrimaryIf you needed an illustration of how close the Democratic race has become, look no further than Guam. Guam held its primary on Saturday, and Barack Obama won by seven votes.
  14. The Early Word on Indiana, Maybe the Final Democratic BattlegroundWhat does this place promise for the never-ending race?