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New York Senate Republicans face new pressure to back a bill that would let judges confiscate weapons from dangerous individuals after several Democrats who share power with the GOP signed on as co-sponsors. The so-called "red flag" law would let guns be seized from people deemed dangerous by their own relatives or law enforcement. Independent... [Read More]
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Iowa Senate Republicans on Wednesday released a plan they say would cut more than $1 billion annually in taxes, and they appear set to fast-track its passage through the chamber …... [Read More]
Senate Republicans said their plan would lowers taxes on Iowans by an average of $1,000 annually. The top rate paid by many Iowans is 8.98 percent, the fourth highest in the country.        ... [Read More]
Iowa Senate Republicans have released a plan they say would cut more than $1 billion annually in taxes, though it's unclear how much support the measure has from other members of the party. [Read More]
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The next version of a bill to change Mississippi's education funding formula won't immediately increase proposed funding levels for schools, but might adjust funding upward sooner than the seven years the House proposes. [Read More]
Sen. Randy Feenstra, R-Hull, who chairs the tax-writing Iowa Senate Ways and Means Committee, discusses the Senate Republicans' bill that would provide more than $1 billion annually in tax relief.        ... [Read More]
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Dan Patrick has an iron grip on the Texas Senate.With the reliable support of 18 of the 20 Senate Republicans, the lieutenant governor has the... [Read More]
In his third attempt at filling an open Alaska Senate seat, Gov. Bill Walker has appointed Mike Shower of Wasilla. Shower was among the names advanced by Republicans following a messy process in which Senate Republicans rejected Walker's first pick and his second pick withdrew amid a firestorm over controversial social... [Read More]
Top Florida Senate Republicans on Monday began assembling a package of gun control reforms prompted by the Parkland shooting, bucking their party's historical resistance to stricter gun regulations. [Read More]
After Senate Republicans rejected Gov. Bill Walker's nomination of Mat-Su Borough Assembly member Randall Kowalke to fill the seat vacated by District E Senator Mike Dunleavy on Tuesday,... [Read More]
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Sunday criticized Senate Republicans for their reaction to both a mass shooting at a Florida high school and charges against Russian nationals for allegedly meddling in the 2016 U.S. [Read More]
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Sunday criticized Senate Republicans for their reaction to both a mass shooting at a Florida high school and charges against Russian nationals for allegedly meddling in the 2016 U.S. election. ... [Read More]
Less than 24 hours after unveiling the framework of a bill that would reauthorize Medicaid expansion in New Hampshire, Senate Republicans are filling in the blanks about how it would be funded. [Read More]
Less than 24 hours after unveiling the framework of a bill that would reauthorize Medicaid expansion in New Hampshire, Senate Republicans are filling in the bla... [Read More]
It's been almost a month since the Pennsylvania Supreme Court declared the commonwealth's 2011 congressional map an unconstitutional Republican gerrymander and ordered lawmakers to redraw it in time for the 2018 election. And as the February 19 deadline approaches for the justices to select a replacement, the contentious saga might be coming to an end. Or not. Probably not. Lawmakers ended up not being able to compromise on new districts, which led to House and Senate Republicans, House Democrats, Senate Democrats, Governor Tom Wolf, Lieutenant Governor Mike Stack, and others all submitting totally separate proposals to the court. The... [Read More]
Sen. Ben SasseBenjamin (Ben) Eric SasseSasse statement: Trump nominee who spread conspiracy theories has a 'tinfoil hat' Senate Republicans call on Trump to preserve NAFTA Trump action on tariffs triggers GOP alarm MORE (R-Neb.) said Friday that special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia probe MORE "put Moscow on notice" with his investigative team's indictment of Russian individuals and entities who allegedly tried to sway the 2016 U.S. presidential election."Mueller just put Moscow on notice. This ought to be a wakeup call to Washington: Putin's shadow war is aimed at undermining... [Read More]
Alaska Senate President Pete Kelly says he holds no hard feelings over the drama that's played out over two failed attempts to fill an open Senate seat. He says Gov. Bill Walker and his team were "firing shots in a battle that didn't exist." Senate Republicans rejected Walker's first pick because... [Read More]
After Senate Republicans rejected Gov. Bill Walker's nomination of Mat-Su Borough Assembly member Randall Kowalke to fill the seat vacated by District E Senator Mike Dunleavy on Tuesday,... [Read More]
Senate Republicans are scrambling to find an immigration bill that will stick after two big measures were shot down Thursday, The Hill reports. [Read More]
'Granite Advantage Health Care Program' to continue coverage for 50,000... [Read More]
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