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The blotter

Pelosi plans to offer legislation to reform the House page program, Roll Call says, while the Washington Times cites the recent House ethics report in saying that Democratic campaign operatives pushed the Rep. Mark Foley scandal to the press and that the party's House campaign committee chief knew about the inappropriate e-mails as early as fall 2005. 

The Los Angeles Times front-pages a long look at how GOP Rep. Gary Miller "brought his congressional muscle to bear on personal business matters, according to the former staff members and the correspondence from Miller's congressional office."  More: "A real estate developer and one of the wealthiest members of Congress, Miller, 58, routinely asked his staff to handle personal errands, such as helping his children with schoolwork, searching for rock concert tickets and sending flowers to family members and friends...  Federal law prohibits members of Congress from using their staff for anything other than official work."