- Newsmaker: Supreme Court Rules - The US Supreme Court has ruled that campaign contributions by political parties are subject to spending limits when they're coordinated with the candidates involved. Warren Richey, of The Christian Science Monitor, has more on the decision that's certain to please Congressional campaign finance reformers. Reporter's Notebook: Genetic Privacy - President Bush now wants to prevent insurance companies from denying medical coverage based on a person's genetic predisposition to diseases he or she may never actually get. UCLA Medical School's Greg Stock elaborates on the viability and vulnerability of genetic discrimination.
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