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Iowa Corn's political action committee defended its candidate endorsement process Monday afternoon after being criticized and questioned by its membership in how the committee went about its business. Mark Recker, a farmer from Arlington, and chairman of the ICGA PAC; and Kurt Hora, a Washington farmer and PAC committee member; told nine Iowa reporters the committee's 75 endorsements, issued on Sept.
Despite his initial hardline stance on immigration, redistricting has forced Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colo., to either evolve on the issue or risk losing re-election. In 2011, Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colo., demanded English-only election ballots.
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One of the overlooked aspects of President Obama's decision to delay taking executive action on deportations is the degree to which it helped out Republicans. The emerging conventional wisdom is that by punting on the issue, Obama did a favor to Democrats running in red states who were afraid that a renewed focus on immigration would anger conservatives and boost turnout for their Republican opponents.
A top White House official believes that Congress will pass a continuing resolution to keep the government open later this month, despite suggestions from some in the president's party that Republicans could imperil the funding measure.
On September 3, in Emmetsburg in northwest Iowa, energy company POET-DSM's Project Liberty plant flipped the switch, and became the first commercial-scale cellulosic ethanol facility in the country.
Ruth Marcus pretty much nails the all-around frustration with President Obama's "I will, I won't, I might, We'll see" approach to immigration reform.
Speaking at a Labor Day rally in Milwaukee, President Obama gave the strongest indication yet that he's close to taking decisive action on immigration.
Rep. Steve King, the Republican's go-to guy on immigration reform , is facing the toughest challenge in his career as Congress's most obnoxious loud-mouth.
Remember Solyndra? It was a solar company that failed in 2011 after having received loan guarantees from the government and a vocal endorsement from President Obama.
The only one who had a worse summer than Sen. Rand Paul was Hillary Clinton. Like Clinton, Paul's string of problems largely stem from a problematic record and/or identification with an Obama-style foreign policy.
To understand how much Rep. Mike Coffman and his congressional district have changed in the last two years, just spend a few minutes with him on one of his weekend visits to Mi Pueblo Latin Market.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 12:54 pm
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