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A collection of news and information related to Republican Party published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo GETTY IMAGES)
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  • Democrats targeting state reps over walk-out

    Democrats targeting state reps over walk-out
    Florida Democrats are targeting Republican state representatives in swing districts -- including several Central Florida lawmakers -- with robocalls and mailers telling voters that their representatives "walked away" from their jobs to avoid voting on...
  • Ohio budget director takes issue with House spending plan

    Ohio's budget director took issue Thursday with changes the Republican-led House made to tax policies, school funding and other areas of Gov. John Kasich's budget proposal. As the state Senate undertakes its review of the spending blueprint, budget...
  • Cuccinelli out of office, but not out of politics

    Cuccinelli out of office, but not out of politics
    RICHMOND — Since leaving elected office at the beginning of last year, former Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has helped start an oyster farm, sued the National Security Administration, led a U.S. Senate-focused conservative political action...
  • GOP divided as Supreme Court ruling on health care law nears

    Sen. Ron Johnson was elected to Congress in 2010 as an adamant foe of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. Yet facing a Supreme Court decision that could disrupt how that law functions, the Wisconsin Republican is among many in the GOP who...
  • House defense bill _ at odds with Obama, Iraq, sage grouse

    A nearly $612 billion defense policy bill headed to the House floor is at odds with the White House, a Shiite cleric in Iraq, anyone who wants to bar lethal aid to Ukrainian forces fighting Russian-backed rebels — and a bird known for its strutting....
  • Obama says he might go back to community organizing

    WASHINGTON One day when he's done wrangling with the Iranians and congressional Republicans, President Barack Obama plans to get back to where he once belonged. The most powerful man in the world wants to return to community organizing after he hands...
  • Governor vetoes 34 bills, all but 2 from Republicans

    Montana's Democratic governor has vetoed more bills from this year's Republican-controlled Legislature than he had at this point after the 2013 session. Gov. Steve Bullock had shot down 34 bills by the end of the day Wednesday. He still has at least...
  • Indiana lawmakers give Pence much of what he sought

    The Republican-dominated Legislature gave GOP Gov. Mike Pence much of what he sought during this year's General Assembly session, leading the governor to declare several triumphs on Thursday. Legislative leaders were skeptical about several Pence...
  • Senate committee to hold hearing on ending prevailing wage

    The state Senate's labor committee has scheduled a hearing on a GOP bill that would repeal Wisconsin's prevailing wage law. The committee set the hearing for Tuesday and plans to vote on the bill the following Thursday. The committee's chairman, Sen....
  • House reaches deal on bill to end NSA phone collection

    House leaders have reached a bipartisan compromise on a bill that would end the National Security Agency's controversial collection of American phone records, but the measure faces an uncertain future in the Senate. The House Judiciary Committee on...
  • As Bush touts fundraising haul, Clinton lowers expectations

    Jeb Bush wants Republicans to know he's breaking fundraising records. Hillary Rodham Clinton wants Democrats to think she won't. While many Republicans expect Bush to have raised $100 million by the time he declares his candidacy, Clinton advisers say...