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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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  • Former GOP Official Gallo Pleads Guilty To Mail Fraud

    Former GOP Official Gallo Pleads Guilty To Mail Fraud
    HARTFORD — George Gallo, the former House Republicans chief of staff and the top aide to then-House Minority Leader Larry Cafero, pleaded guilty Monday to a federal mail fraud charge. Gallo, 46, of East Hampton, faces 15 to 21 months in federal...
  • Democrats reject Republican proposal to speed reservoir reviews

    Democrats reject Republican proposal to speed reservoir reviews
    A Republican proposal to expedite the construction of new reservoirs stalled in an Assembly committee on Monday, just hours after a rally on the Capitol steps in support of the legislation. The bill, AB 311, would have streamlined environmental...
  • Florida's budget stalemate: A look at what's happening

    The Florida Legislature will end its annual session Friday, but legislators still have not reached a deal on a new budget. That's because the Republican-controlled House and Senate are at odds about health care, including whether to accept federal money...
  • Changes to Iran measure would jeopardize chances, Democrat warns

    WASHINGTON A Democratic U.S. senator urged Republicans not to demand changes that might siphon off Democratic support as lawmakers opened this week's debate on a measure to give Congress a say in any nuclear deal reached with Iran. The bill, which the...
  • Laura Burton Capps will not seek mother's House seat

    Laura Burton Capps will not seek mother's House seat
    Laura Burton Capps, who had been expected to run for her mother’s Santa Barbara-based House seat, announced Monday that she would not be running for Congress. “It would be the ultimate honor for me to represent this incredible district in...
  • Gallo Case Is Latest Lesson: Feds Serious About Election Laws

    Gallo Case Is Latest Lesson: Feds Serious About Election Laws
    In case anyone missed this the first few times, federal criminal authorities are serious about violations of campaign and election laws. The latest object lesson came Monday afternoon when former House Republicans chief of staff George Gallo pleaded...
  • Jeb Bush makes a play for Puerto Ricans

    WASHINGTON When Jeb Bush campaigns Tuesday in Puerto Rico, he won't be speaking just to people on the island. Puerto Ricans could have an early say in the Republican presidential primaries. They also make up one of the fastest-growing voting blocs in...
  • Baldwin not returning Menendez PAC money for now

    Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, for now, is not returning $5,000 her 2012 campaign received from the leadership PAC of U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat who has been indicted on federal bribery charges. Baldwin's spokesman John Kraus said...
  • Florida House passes fracking regulation bill

    The House passed a bill Monday to study and regulate fracking, as well as prevent local governments from banning the oil and gas drilling practice. Democrats strongly opposed the bill, saying hydraulic fracturing would put the water supply at risk and...
  • Compromise GOP budget hikes war funds, targets 'Obamacare'

    House and Senate GOP negotiators neared agreement Monday on a budget blueprint that would enable Republicans controlling Congress to more easily target President Barack Obama's signature health care law while delivering an almost $40 billion budget...
  • North Shore Rep. Dold wants congressional oversight of Iran deal

    North Shore Rep. Dold wants congressional oversight of Iran deal
    North Shore U.S. Rep. Bob Dold said Monday that Congress should have oversight over any nuclear pact with Iran but disagreed with GOP senators who reached out to Iranian leaders to warn about the limits of any deal. Speaking to about 150 people at the...