With thesession winding down--for real this time, just five or so days left--there are more than enough stories to rate their own heading for the next few days.Large Employer Tax:Following the lead of its, although succeeding, the state Senatethat would affect one entity. Except in this case it makes sense. The health-care tax, which already passed the House, would ding large employers--hint, hint:--that fail to meet a specified level of health benefits for employees, and which the governor promises to veto. Lots of coverage on this one, as it's the first of its type to be passed by a state legislature, and, well, you know, Wal-Mart.TheSun's Andrea K. Walker had ain today's Business section, rounding up a great deal of the recent criticism aimed at the Bentonville, Ark., behemoth and the company's response. ThePost's Business section sent a reporter, Michael Barbaro, to Arkansas to(hint: not positive).is thePost's original story, and the.Minimum Wage:Another bill sure to be vetoed is the(AP story), which would raise it a dollar to $6.15, that just passed the Senate and now goes to Bob Ehrlich.Post,Sun.Airport Renaming:On the other hand, a bill that really helps no one, the renaming offor, is gaining more traction every day. ThisSunfinds such a bill on its way to the Senate.seems to find it interesting that(D-7th) has come out in support of the bill. I find it interesting that he hadn't sooner, but to each his own. Andtakes a look at the cost of renaming: depending on who you ask, $250,000 or $2 million.Some Other Stuff:(Sun: doesn't look good in Senate);(Sun: Ehrlich's bill could make it to House floor before end of session); speaking of which, theSun's Jennifer McMenaminat witness intimidation in the suburbs;(Post: Gov. Bob travels to Calvert County'sto push his case);(Washington Timeson same);(Sun's Dan Rodricks takes his shot at Bobby Slots, and really all you have to read on this whole ordeal).