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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Aaron Cook
ATLANTA (AP) _ Dan Uggla's batting average is still well below .200, but the second baseman is finding his power stroke for the surging Atlanta Braves.
It remains tempting to pin the Washington Nationals' chances of overcoming yet another injury to a member of its rotation on the latest remotely able-armed fellow to climb the mound and give a starting gig a try.
"It's time to go home," Cook said. "It was a bad, bad road trip for us. We have an off day tomorrow. Everybody needs to relax."