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The Hill looks at the "minefield of political hazards" posed by the revival of the McCain-Kennedy immigration overhaul bill, not only to McCain but to all six senators running for president. 

The Financial Times comments that the FEC's ruling last week that "White House hopefuls can raise private money without prejudicing their access to federal cash might prove to be the last twitch of the public financing system for the presidency," given how the candidates all seem inclined not to participate in it.  This cycle probably will be the first since 1972 "in which both candidates relied solely on private money to fuel their campaigns."