Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2009 | 1:13 p.m.
WASHINGTON -- The Wall Street Journal takes a quick look today at Sen. Harry Reid’s role as majority leader in the Senate, where his skills could help make or break health care reform.
"Mr. Reid has enjoyed some successes, pushing through bills on economic stimulus, children's health and tobacco regulation, among others," the paper wrote. "But he will inevitably be judged on health care and climate change."
The National Republican Senatorial Committee used the story as an occasion to attack Reid in its morning e-mail to reporters.
You can read the WSJ piece here.