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Changes on Pages A1 and A2 of The Post

Post subscribers may have noticed some changes on A1 and A2 of today’s newspaper. An editor’s note on Page A2 explains that weekday print editions will include a digest of the day’s news across the bottom of Page A1, aimed at giving readers a quick and comprehensive summary of the most important news.

On Mondays, print editions will also include a look ahead at the events and announcements that are likely to make headlines in the coming week.

In addition to featuring a daily look ahead, Page A2 will feature a commentary and analysis from Post columnists and bloggers, including Dan Balz, Chris Cillizza, Melinda Henneberger, Ezra Klein and Dana Milbank.

There will also be a daily Campaign 2012 page from now until the November election. See Tuesday’s Page A2 for the full editor’s note.

You can get a close look at today’s A1 below and a close look at A2 after the jump. Just click on the image to expand the pages to full size.

Have questions about the changes? Two Post design editors — David Griffin and Janet Michaud — will watch the comment thread below and respond to questions and comments throughout the day.

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