Republicans are adding to their ranks in the Missouri Legislature and will soon have even more strength when dealing with Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon.
Pat Roberts’ quickly retooled Senate campaign is emerging, and it already sounds different from the quiet races he’s run in the past.
Kansas City was chosen last week as one of four finalists for the convention, along with Cleveland, Denver and Dallas.
Illinois House committee is endorsing a speaker’s plan to offer a $100 million incentive for Barack Obama’s presidential library to Illinois.
The four Republican candidates are set for another debate in March.
She says a Nixon staffer told members of the Missouri Housing Development Commission to put a hold on low-income tax credits.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee says he’s worried that conservative activists are spending more energy targeting fellow Republicans than focusing on Democrats, a move he says will hurt the party going forward.
Blunt says that after the last 16 days, no one wants to be where the Democrats and Republicans in Congress or the President are in terms of approval ratings.
On the brink of a debt default, Congress finally approved a plan late Wednesday evening to temporarily end the shutdown, but nearly every Missouri Republican in Congress voted against the deal.
Blunt says the shutdown was a strategic error because it is overshadowing the troubled implementation of the Affordable Care Act.