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Five Things to Know About Sandra Fluke's Potential Run for Congress
Sandra Fluke, the former Georgetown Law Student perhaps best known for her public spat with conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, is seriously considering a run for Congress. Fluke, 32, has filed the paperwork she needs in order to get an endorsement from the Democratic Party...
Hobby Lobby Ruling Reignites Calls for Repeal by Possible GOP Candidates
Several high-profile Republicans possibly eyeing a presidential bid in 2016 praised the Supreme Court’s decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby as a victory for religious liberty while also sharply attacking the Obama administration for executive overreach through his signature legislative achievement.
While You Were Sleeping: What You Missed in Politics
More voters went to the polls Tuesday in eight states than any other primary this season and it was a very late night for politics all over the country. The Mississippi GOP Senate brawl is still pending, a familiar face has made it to a...
Eight States Go to the Polls: More Voters Cast Ballots Than Any Other Primary Day
Today more Americans are able to vote than any other day this primary season, in fact this number of voters won’t go to the polls again until November. Eight states are voting today including Mississippi, Iowa, California, New Jersey, South Dakota, Montana, Alabama, and New...
A Clinton Pep Talk
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES DEMOCRATS HUDDLE: After meeting with House Democrats yesterday, today President Obama huddles with Democratic Senators. And he’s getting a helping hand from former President Bill Clinton. Together, the duo is headlining the annual Senate Democratic ...
Sandra Fluke Considering Run for Congress
Fluke seeks Democratic endorsement in bid for seat of retiring Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.)
The Road To November
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES WHITE HOUSE HUDDLE: Yesterday, President Obama hosted Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Chairman Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado and the Committee’s Executive Director Guy Cecil for a meeting at the White House
A Full Accounting At The IRS
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES THE PLOT THICKENS: ABC News has obtained a draft of a soon-to-be-released investigative reporting showing that the Internal Revenue Service began targeting conservative groups as far back as 2010 and that senior IRS officials in Washington have known
Sandra Fluke : New Obama Contraception Rule Is Just 'Another Step'
Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown Law grad who spoke out in support of free access to contraception last February, downplayed the importance of President Obama’s proposed compromise with religious groups on birth control coverage almost one year later. In an interview with ABC News, Fluke said ...