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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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  • Nuclear Iran: Deal or no deal?: Front Burner

    Nuclear Iran: Deal or no deal?: Front Burner
    It's not often these days that Republicans and Democrats in Congress see eye-to-eye. So it was striking this week when Senate Foreign Relations Committee members unanimously agreed to give Congress a vote on whether to lift sanctions against Iran as...
  • NC evangelist Graham could be immortalized inside US Capitol

    A proposal to honor North Carolina favorite son Rev. Billy Graham with a statue in Washington won state House approval Thursday, but not without complaints from Democrats about the process and counter-claims from Republicans that critics had something...
  • Indiana House sends construction wage law repeal to governor

    Conservative groups and Gov. Mike Pence gained a victory Thursday with final legislative approval for a bill repealing Indiana's law for setting wages on public construction projects. The Indiana House voted 54-40 in favor of the repeal, even with 13...
  • Tennessee lawmakers OK $33.8B annual state spending plan

    State lawmakers on Thursday approved Tennessee's $33.8 billion annual spending plan after rejecting Democrats' attempts to add a provision to authorize Medicaid expansion that had been twice defeated earlier in the year. The House voted 80-12 in favor of...
  • Jeb Bush: Campaign decision 'in relatively short order'

    Jeb Bush: Campaign decision 'in relatively short order'
    Jeb Bush said Thursday he will make up his mind "in relatively short order" whether to seek the Republican nomination for president in 2016. The former Florida governor is going to New Hampshire to attend events called Politics and Pies in Concord on...
  • Super PAC formed to help Wisconsin's Walker in '16 campaign

    Scott Walker's expected campaign for the White House got a boost Thursday as his former campaign managers formed a political group able to raise and spend unlimited amounts of money. Two former campaign managers for the Republican governor of Wisconsin...
  • Senate panel passes update to No Child Left Behind law

    A Senate panel unanimously passed legislation on Thursday updating the No Child Left Behind education law, setting up a likely vote by the full Senate this spring. The legislation would continue to require annual standardized tests to measure student...
  • Nebraska may repeal death penalty amid drug shortage

    Nebraska is considering repealing the death penalty amid a shortage of lethal injection drugs, with legislation to eliminate capital punishment clearing a major hurdle Thursday. Lawmakers voted 30-13 to advance the bill that would replace capital...
  • High court hopeful: $500,000 should level GOP playing field

    A candidate who received the largest single campaign contribution reported so far in Pennsylvania's Supreme Court race said Thursday that the $500,000 will make him competitive in the May 19 Republican primary. Adams County Judge Mike George said...
  • How Sen. Corker became Mr. Fix-It and forged deal on Iran

    WASHINGTON Fighting to get Congress a voice on an Iran nuclear deal, Sen. Bob Corker found himself in an increasingly familiar spot in the thick of a difficult situation. And loving it. "I do enjoy it because I enjoy us doing things that are going to...
  • Utah governor plans Washington visit for more Medicaid talks

    Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday that he and some Republican state lawmakers are planning a trip to Washington, D.C., at the end of April with the hope of working toward a Medicaid expansion deal. Herbert, a Republican, said at his monthly televised...