A lot to chew over today, though much of it involving policing policies remains murky and worth fighting about.
Here are some remains of the day:
* HRC speech at Columbia on policing and criminal justice reform contained no big surprises, and only a limited amount of detail. More about that tomorrow.
* If history counts, higher percentage of GOP donors have given to Scott Walker’s campaigns than to anyone else’s.
* Greg Sargent sees a path to success for legislation to rein in NSA surveillance.
* At Ten Miles Square, Senators Tammy Baldwin and Chris Coons lay out a strategy for reinvigorating manufacturing employment.
* At College Guide, Robert Kelchen assesses the Brookings rankings of career value added by colleges.
And in non-political news:
* Dreaded “most overrated” label hits some prospects for NFL draft.
That’s it for Wednesday. We’ll close with the simplistic but very popular first hit for Tommy James and the Shondells: “Hanky Panky.” Interesting video.