During this year’s Organization Day, an event where legislators meet and preview their priorities for the upcoming session, Republicans showed interest in taking up energy-related issues.
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"As we stand here today, we may well be on the verge of an era where the Supreme Court sends Roe v. Wade to the ash heap of history — where it belongs," said former Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.
"Democrats are creating a better future for Hoosier families in rural America, while the Republicans' partisanship refers to issues like roads and bridges and clean water as 'socialism,' said Chairman Mike Schmuhl.
(The Center Square) – A Republican candidate to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey suspended his campaign this week after losing custody of his three children.
Lake County residents looking for something different to do over the Thanksgiving holiday might want to try their hand at drawing new district boundaries for the county council and county commissioners.
U.S. Sen. Mike Braun is promising to vote against every federal spending measure — including funding for the U.S. military — if it doesn't include money to continue building a U.S.-Mexico border wall
Wyoming Republican leaders voted this weekend to no longer recognize Rep. Liz Cheney as a member of their party following her repeated criticisms of former President Donald Trump.
(The Center Square) – The majority of Americans strongly oppose a Biden administration plan to use taxpayer money to pay some migrants who entered the U.S. illegally $450,000 each, or up to $1 million per family, according to a new poll.