The L.A. Times reports that 1 in 4 Californian's lacks health insurance, based on a UCLA study. (Here in Washington state, our office has calculated, it's about 1 in 6.)
Slate's "Whipometer," an indicator of the likelihood of Congress passing the health reform bill, has edged slightly toward passage. (Yesterday it was slightly against.)
And in the United Kingdom, officials are backing off their plan to require 5 million dog owners to buy compulsory liability insurance in case their pets attack someone.