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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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  • Obama on corporate tax overhaul: 'Definitely a deal to be done'

    Obama on corporate tax overhaul: 'Definitely a deal to be done'
    President Obama told top business executives Wednesday that there was "definitely a deal to be done" on corporate taxes with congressional Republicans, but work needs to begin soon before a limited window closes as the 2106 presidential election...
  • Did Obamacare destroy the Democratic Party? Another look

    Was heathcare reform a fatal political blunder by the Democratic Party? That thesis of Sen. Charles Schumer of New York, the third-ranking Democrat in the Senate, received a respectful airing this week from the veteran political journalist and New York...
  • No major tax rollbacks?

    No major tax rollbacks?
    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller told some reporters this week what most State House observers have long suspected — we should not expect some sweeping reduction in taxes during the upcoming legislative session. He also produced a spirited...
  • Sen. Ted Cruz wants to block funds for Obama's immigration plan

    Sen. Ted Cruz stood outside the Capitol on a dreary Wednesday, leading the charge against President Obama's immigration plan. But it was not entirely clear who was following him. The Texas Republican was imploring fellow GOP members to block money for...
  • Vote results prime new Legislature for GOP, Democratic cooperation

    Stung by losses in the November election, the California Legislature's Democratic majority arrives for the first day of a new session Monday facing a political terrain more hostile to tax increases and other priorities of liberal lawmakers. The...
  • Donald P. Russo: Will Republicans be able to accomplish their goals in next two years?

    Donald P. Russo: Will Republicans be able to accomplish their goals in next two years?
    We survived the 2014 midterm elections. The American people have spoken. But what did they say? One thing we know for certain, the voters did not like President Obama. What is surprising, however, is how quickly political pundits began focusing on the...
  • What we think: Records show partisans mocked the will of voters

    What we think: Records show partisans mocked the will of voters
    This summer, when Leon County Circuit Judge Terry Lewis ordered changes in the congressional district map that the Legislature approved in 2012, he decried a "secret, organized campaign to subvert the supposedly open and transparent redistricting process....
  • How Democrats can save their agenda

    How Democrats can save their agenda
    President Barack Obama issued a veto threat last week against a corporate tax-cutting orgy that promised the world to many powerful interests but did little for the middle class and nothing for low-income Americans. The president's move was singularly...
  • Republicans Push Again For State Budget Talks

    Republicans Push Again For State Budget Talks
    After having their request for a special session rejected, top Republicans called once again Wednesday for bipartisan talks to close the state's projected budget deficit. Incoming Senate Republican leader Leonard Fasano and incoming House Republican...
  • GOP Asks Again For Bipartisan Budget Talks

    GOP Asks Again For Bipartisan Budget Talks
    After having their request for a special session rejected, top Republicans called once again Wednesday for bipartisan talks to close the state's projected budget deficit. Incoming Senate Republican leader Leonard Fasano and incoming House Republican...
  • 17 states sue Obama for executive order on immigration: Texas attorney general

    17 states sue Obama for executive order on immigration: Texas attorney general
    A coalition of 17 U.S. states sued the Obama administration on Wednesday saying it acted illegally by issuing an executive order to ease the threat of deportation for millions of immigrants who are in the country without the proper documents. The case...