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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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  • Jonathan Bernstein: George Pataki has a pro-choice problem

    For some unfathomable reason, former New York Gov. George Pataki is now a presidential candidate. The biggest problem for Pataki isn't that he has been away from elected office for too long, or that he has never been a particularly dynamic candidate,...
  • Committee rejects Walker plan to freeze land buys

    Wisconsin lawmakers have rejected Republican Gov. Scott Walker's plan to block the state Department of Natural Resources from purchasing any land through its stewardship program for at least the next 13 years. Walker's budget would place a moratorium...
  • Republicans voice disappointment with park funding bill

    Republicans in the state House of Representatives are disappointed with a bill originally designed to develop more revenue for Connecticut state parks. Instead, the legislation requires information be collected about food service facilities, machines and...
  • Union legislation would prohibit strike or Rauner lockout

    The House has approved a measure that changes government-employee contract negotiations just a month before the deadline for a new contract. The idea pushed by the state council of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees was...
  • 2 opponents named to Medicaid expansion panel

    Two of the biggest opponents of Medicaid expansion in Montana are going to be members of the panel that oversees it. Gov. Steve Bullock and legislative leaders released Friday their picks for a nine-member Medicaid expansion committee. GOP leaders...
  • House Gives Bipartisan Approval To Campaign Finance Bill; Senate Dems 'Have Concerns'

    The state House of Representatives has approved legislation that overhauls Connecticut's public financing system by cutting the size of candidates' grants and by limiting wealthy donors' ability to funnel money into campaigns. The Republican proposal,...
  • GOP presidential field: Many choices of the same flavor

    WASHINGTON -- If the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey were running today's Republican Party, they could easily resolve its dilemma of having a dozen or more declared or prospective presidential candidates. They could just stuff them all in that old...
  • Former RI governor set to announce 2016 campaign next week

    Former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee, once a Republican, then an independent, then a Democrat, plans to announce his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination next week. Chafee will do so Wednesday during a speech at George Mason University...
  • Paul seeks 'spying showdown' in Sunday Senate meeting on NSA

    WASHINGTON Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul said he's ready for a "spying showdown" when the Senate holds a rare Sunday session, a sign he isn't relenting in his fight against renewing anti-terrorism programs set to expire Monday. Paul, of...
  • Tait, Berry named to head agencies in Pence administration

    Gov. Mike Pence has appointed Sara Gonso Tait as the new executive director of the Indiana Gaming Commission and former state Republican Party Chairman Tim Berry as director of the Department of Financial Institutions. Tait will move up from her position...
  • After close primary, Kentucky governor's race gets underway

    James Comer conceded, Matt Bevin accepted and Kentucky's race for governor finally got underway Friday following a tumultuous primary that left Democrats giddy and Republicans focused on uniting their scattered base. Comer, the state agriculture...