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- Euro zone unemployment hit a new record high of 11.1 percent last month, according to the latest data. [Washington Post]
- According to the Congressional Budget Office, the transportation bill approved by Congress last week will reduce the deficit by $16.3 billion over the next ten years. [The Hill]
- Delaware is thriving as a corporate tax haven. [New York Times]
- Five more states have received waivers from mandates in the No Child Left Behind education law. [Education Week]
- The chairman of Barclay’s is stepping down, as the bank deals with the fallout of an interest rate fixing scandal. [Wall Street Journal]
- A judge has struck down a crucial portion of the Obama administration’s new regulations governing predatory for-profit colleges. [Inside Higher Ed]
- Unions in Los Angeles are pressuring politicians to return their political donations from Walmart. [Wall Street Journal]