TIME Morning Must Reads

Morning Must Reads: March 28

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Mark Wilson—Getty Images The early morning sun rises behind the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC.

Rep. Mike Rogers to retire, Obamacare signups top 6 million, Senate advances long-term unemployment extension, Chris Christie calls out aides, and is the Democrat's Koch approach working?

  • Rep. Mike Rogers to retire [Washington Post]
  • The Obamacare Report Card [Politico]
  • With deadline near, health signups show disparity: “The disparities reveal a stark truth about the Affordable Care Act: With the first open enrollment period set to end Monday, six months after its troubled online exchanges opened for business, the program widely known as Obamacare looks less like a sweeping federal overhaul than a collection of individual ventures playing out unevenly, state to state, in the laboratories of democracy.” [NYT]
  • Obamacare premiums a guessing game—again [National Journal]
  • Air Force applies a band-aid to a sucking chest wound [TIME]
  • “New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) said Thursday night he believes the voters in Iowa, the nation’s first presidential nominating state, love him.” [The Hill]
  • Christie calls aides “inexplicably stupid” in bridge scandal [TIME]
  • The battle for Turkey’s future [The Economist]
  • Poll: Is the Democrat’s focus on the Koch brothers working? [National Journal]
  • U.S. Official: Putin could invade Ukraine ‘at a moment’s notice’ [The Daily Beast]
  • Senate advances long-term unemployment extension [Bloomberg Businessweek]
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