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17 hrs ago | Peach Pundit
Now that SB 167 has died in committee, let's clear the air about a few misconceptions regarding SB 167.
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21 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Phil Gingrey paid a visit to the Senate on Thursday, checking out the chamber he hopes will be his new home starting next year.
Yesterday | The Modesto Bee
This week, Congress passed legislation named after her that directs more spending for pediatric cancer and other childhood disorders.
Yesterday | National Public Radio
Two weeks before she died from brain cancer last October, tiny 10-year-old Gabriella Miller of Leesburg, Va., delivered a message on YouTube to Congress: "Stop talking and start doing."
Yesterday | The Economist
THE Grand Old Party is in a fighting mood. On March 11th David Jolly, a Florida Republican, won a special election to the House of Representatives by relentlessly bashing Obamacare.
Rep. Paul Ryan criticized President Barack Obama Sunday for issuing executive orders on major issues like health care rather than going through Congress, arguing that it was leading to an "increasingly lawless presidency."
On Tuesday, when Club for Growth chief Chris Chocola teased that his organization would be issuing a new Senate endorsement, we crossed our fingers for Georgia crazy-man Paul Broun.
Georgia's political scorecard for 2014 was filled out last week as hundreds of hopeful candidates dropped by the Capitol to fill out the paperwork that places their names on the May 20 primary election ballot.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is the last holdout candidate who could significantly shake up the Senate map in 2014 with his decision on whether to enter the New Hampshire Senate race.
Nothing like a boffo poll for Paul Broun to end the day in hope and fear for this Georgia Cracker.
The California Republican apparently thought better of proceeding with a census bill on Wednesday that had been panned as a bad idea by experts called by his own committee.
GAME TIME IN FLORIDA'S 13TH DISTRICT: The race everyone has been calling a national bellwether for 2014 is finally here: voters will cast their ballots today in the late Rep. C.W. Bill Young's district, bringing the battle between Democrat Alex Sink and Republican David Jolly to a close.
The race to fill the seat being vacated by two-term GOP Sen. Saxby Chambliss has veered right of right, prompting fear in some Republicans that the party risks losing in the general election, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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Throughout last week, incumbents and candidates filed paperwork needed to qualify for a slew of statewide offices.