Alabama Runoff for Senate Seat a Proxy Battle for GOP’s Future

On Sept. 26, Republican voters in Alabama will head to voting booths to decide a runoff election between Roy Moore and Luther Strange that’s more than just picking another U.S. senator. The Alabama runoff has become a fight over the style – not substance – of the candidates and could signal how the GOP base thinks of Congress.

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Americans’ Views of Police, Professors Split Along Party Lines

The majority of Americans in both political parties hold teachers and members of the military in high regard, but are starkly divided in their opinions of police and college professors, according to a Pew Research Center report released Wednesday.

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Sixth Circuit Denies Challenge to Municipal Campaign-Contribution Rules

Multiple state Republican parties do not have standing to challenge the Securities and Exchange Commission’s revised rules on campaign contributions made by municipal security advisers and dealers, according to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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2 GOP Senators Suggest Health Care Law Repeal Bill ‘Dead’

The initial GOP bill to repeal and replace the nation’s health law is probably “dead” and President Donald Trump’s proposal to just repeal it appears to be a “non-starter,” two moderate Republican senators indicated Sunday as their party scrambled to salvage faltering legislation.

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