By Byron York | 11/21/13 08:53 PM
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. — In the aftermath of the government shutdown, it's clear that many of the nation's Republican governors are disgusted by the performance of GOP lawmakers in Congress. But they don't say it in so many words. Instead, meeting here in their annual conference, they express...
By Rebecca Berg | 11/21/13 06:29 AM
The Supreme Court ruled last year that states could accept or reject the Medicaid expansion that's an integral component of President Obama's new health care law. Now, the issue could prove to be a litmus test for those Republican governors considering presidential runs.
By Rebecca Berg | 11/20/13 09:47 PM
With the government shutdown one month behind them and Democrats suffering from the clunky rollout of President Obama's signature health care law, congressional Republicans are cautiously optimistic that their public Image is on the rebound.
By Brian Hughes | 11/19/13 01:03 PM
The Justice Department has dropped a lawsuit over the state of Louisiana's school vouchers program, requesting a federal review of the education initiative rather than pushing to halt it altogether. The Obama administration had argued that the Louisiana Scholarship Program, which gives...
By Paul Bedard | 11/19/13 12:02 PM
“I think it may collapse. I think the whole thing is probably going to become unraveled,” Sen. John McCain told Fox Business Network.
By Mark Tapscott | 11/19/13 08:56 AM
Republicans face two big dilemmas regarding the 2014 and 2016 elections, and how they resolve each of them will likely shape the results in both contests. The first dilemma concerns how to approach the Obamacare crisis. Should the Republicans in the House and Senate simply sit back and watch...
By Brian Hughes | 11/15/13 09:02 AM
Republicans and Democrats alike will turn their attention next week to a U.S. District Court hearing in New Orleans, where the Justice Department is suing Louisiana over its school-voucher program.
11/13/13 10:27 AM
BATON ROUGE, La. — A judge has decided that Gov. Bobby Jindal and lawmakers shouldn't have used dollars from a retirement fund for probation and parole officers to balance the state operating budget. If Tuesday's ruling is upheld, the implications could be larger than repaying the $3.7...
By Associated Press | 10/30/13 03:41 PM
NEW ORLEANS — The U.S. Justice Department is asking for extra time to produce documents in a case linking the state's private school tuition program to longstanding federal desegregation orders.
10/30/13 03:33 AM
(theadvocate.com) The Jindal administration on Tuesday disputed a federal watchdog’s recommendation that it return nearly a quarter of a million dollars used…
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