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  1. Messer Defends Wife's $20K a Month Contract With CityRead the original story

    Friday May 12 | Roll Call

    Jennifer Messer, the wife of Rep. Luke Messer, R-Ind., is receiving criticism for being $20,000 a month for legal consulting by an Indianapolis suburb. Republican Rep. Luke Messer , a potential candidate for Indiana's Senate race, is defending his wife being paid $580,000 over the past two years for legal consulting by an Indianapolis suburb.

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  2. Firestorm over FBI chief firingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 12 | The Republic

    Democrats called for a special prosecutor into the investigation of Russian influence in the November U.S. presidential election, while Republican leaders brushed off the idea as unnecessary. Trump has said Comey was not doing a good job leading the FBI.

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  3. City pays congressman's wife $20K/monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 12 | KWWL-TV Waterloo

    A burgeoning Indianapolis suburb has paid the wife of an influential congressman $580,000 since 2015 for legal consulting she largely does from the Washington area, an unusually large sum even in a state rife with highly paid government contractors, according to a review by The Associated Press. Jennifer Messer, the wife of Republican Rep. Luke Messer, makes $20,000 a month working as a contract attorney for Fishers, according to the AP's review of public documents.

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  4. The Latest: Indiana congressman defends wifea s work for cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 11 | The Republic

    The Latest on a lucrative contract the wife of Indiana Rep. Luke Messer holds with the Indiana city of Fishers. : The Associated Press reported Thursday that Jennifer Messer makes $20,000 a month through a legal services contract with the city, despite working remotely from the Washington area.

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  5. Indianapolis pays Rep. Luke Messer's wife $20K/monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 11 | Journal Gazette

    A burgeoning Indianapolis suburb has paid the wife of an influential congressman $580,000 since 2015 for legal consulting she largely does from the Washington area, an unusually large sum even in a state rife with highly paid government contractors, according to a review by The Associated Press.

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  6. Rokita signals U.S. Senate campaign with finance committeeRead the original story

    Wednesday May 10 | Journal Gazette

    Rep. Todd Rokita, R-4th, has taken a step toward launching a U.S. Senate campaign by appointing a statewide finance committee.

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  7. Gauging President Trump's performanceRead the original story

    Tuesday May 9 | KPC Media Group, Inc.

    While his national approval has consistently hovered between 35 and 42 percent, Trump's base is still on board.

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  8. Health Care Vote Takes Away GOP's Offensive Campaign MessageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 5 | Roll Call

    Iowa Rep. Rod Blum, a Freedom Caucus member and Democratic target, voted for the health care bill. For nearly seven years, Republicans have run - and won - on the campaign promise to get rid of the 2010 health care law.

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  9. GOP looks to heal from healthcare divisionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 4 | The Hill

    For Republicans, the successful House vote Thursday to repeal and replace ObamaCare was a moment of celebration. But it also was a time for inward reflection.

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  10. 3rd Republican seeks Donnelly's Senate seatRead the original story

    Thursday May 4 | Journal Gazette

    The field for the Republican nomination in next year's U.S. Senate election in Indiana has grown to three.

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  11. House Republicans Pass Bill to Replace and Repeal ObamacareRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 4 | Real Clear Politics

    The vote was the result of seven weeks of intense negotiations within the conference and with the White House, bringing hesitant members on board through a combination of arm-twisting and amendments to the legislation. Ultimately, the vast majority of the Freedom Caucus, who were frustrated the original bill wasn't conservative enough, and a significant number of moderates who were wary of the effect on their constituents' coverage, supported the bill.

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  12. US House narrowly backs new Republican healthcare billRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 4 | Al Jazeera

    ... healthcare and our day-to-day lives, and a return to freedom for all Americans," said Republican Representative Luke Messer. An unusually emotional debate erupted on the House floor on Thursday morning as Democrats blasted the bill, saying it would ...

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  13. HOWEY: Gauging Trump's grip on the presidencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2017 | WTHR-TV Indianapolis

    While his national approval has consistently hovered between 35 and 42 percent, Trump's base is still on-board. A University of Virginia Center for Politics poll of Trump voters shows his approval rating at 93 percent.

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  14. Paul Ryan 'almost giddy' in GOP rally before healthcare voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 4 | Washington Examiner

    House Republicans emerged from a closed-door meeting Thursday morning confident and "feeling good" that they have the votes on a bill to partially repeal Obamacare. House Republicans emerged from a closed-door meeting Thursday morning confident and "feeling good" that they have the votes on a bill to partially repeal Obamacare, and dismissed questions about why they are moving forward without an updated estimate from the Congressional Budget Office.

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  15. Pence Returns to Health Care Whip ModeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 3 | Roll Call

    Vice President Mike Pence met Tuesday with Republican House lawmakers, still hesitating on the GOP health care bill. The Capitol on Tuesday was full of signs that the latest iteration of the GOP health care overhaul was on life support.

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  16. Short on healthcare votes, GOP leaders try to ease concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 2 | The Hill

    Republican leadership in the House on Tuesday indicated that it does not yet have the votes to pass its ObamaCare replacement bill, lawmakers said, and tried in a GOP conference meeting to ease concerns about weakening pre-existing condition protections. Leaders gave no timeline for a vote on the bill, despite hopes it could be done this week, according to lawmakers in the room.

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  17. Two U.S. Senate candidates make appearance in WarsawRead the original story

    Friday Apr 28 | Times-Union

    Two Republicans planning to run in the 2018 against Democrat U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly got their names out to the local GOP Thursday at the Lincoln Day Dinner. Mark Hurt is from Kokomo and Terry Henderson is from Atlanta, Ind.

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  18. Mike Pence's first 100 days: He's stayed above the fray, but...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 28 | USA Today

    Two moments. One of success and satisfaction. The other bitter disappointment. Together they illustrate the role that Vice President Mike Pence has played at the start of the new administration.

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  19. What prospective college students need to know before they go - or oweRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2017 | The Hill

    ... owe Lobbying World Juan Williams: The complicated story of black conservatism MORE (R-S.C.), and Representative Luke Messer (R-Ind.), have called for legislation to boost financial literacy skills and provide more transparency on borrowing costs. ...

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  20. U.S. Secretary of Education Announces Press SecretaryRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2017 | World News Report

    U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos today announced the hiring of Liz Hill as the Education Department's press secretary. Prior to joining the Department, Hill served as communications director for U.S. Rep. Jeb Hensarling , chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, between 2016-2017, and as communications director to U.S. Rep. Luke Messer , chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee, between 2013-2016.

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