In September, The Observer reported that The Wall Street Journal plans to beef up its Washington coverage–getting a jump on changes that Rupert Murdoch has said he intends to make.
The beefing up appears to have begun. Just in time for the presidential primaries, the paper announced today that, starting Tuesday, it will reinstitute its Capital Journal column, written by Washington executive editor Gerald Seib, which has not run since 2004.
In a statement, Mr. Seib said:
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