A Supreme Court decision striking down the so-called "Millionaire's Amendment" has bloggers wondering what House and Senate races will be affected. The AFL-CIO throwing its support behind Barack Obama and Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff appearing in front of a House committe also have bloggers talking Thursday.

While the political implications of a ruling ending Washington D.C.'s handgun ban are still developing, the decision to strike down the "Millionaire's Amendment" will directly impact some House and Senate races, Ben Pershing writes. Swing State Project breaks down the races where the ruling could have

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