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It’s black, it’s white: It’s a dog, it’s a cat: It’s up, no, it’s down...

This morning Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke returns to the Joint Economic Committee to deliver the economic outlook. The inevitable backdrop for the Next Big Thing on the Hill: financial regulatory reform. To recap, just before the recess, Senator Chris Dodd got his bill through the Banking Committee not because any Republicans supported it, but because they decided to hold their fire until the floor fight. Which is now likely to happen very soon. The timing is up to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

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