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- Raul Labrador on the ‘water of the United States’ rule, “This rule is a stunning example of regulatory overreach by the Obama Administration.”
- Arizona state Senator Kelli Ward takes steps to primary challenge Senator John McCain in 2016.
- Colorado governor signs bill requiring businesses to block welfare-benefit cards.
- Attempt to recall Arizona Assembly Speaker John Hambrick is unsuccessful.
- Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signs bill, “This bill makes it clear that the government can never compel our religious leaders or houses of worship to act in violation of their faith where marriage is concerned.”
- Rep Paul Ryan, “What I think the federal government has done is displaced local problem-solving with top-down, one-size-fits-all, and it’s not working.”
- Montana Republicans join with Democrats on key legislative issues.
- Minnesota House rejects Sunday liquor sales.
- South Carolina Nikki Haley on some Republican legislators, “That red is not as bright as it used to be.”
- House votes down Rep. Bradley Byrne’s amendment to reduce energy spending by $1.6 billion.
- Maryland’s Republican Governor Larry Hogan endorses end to curfew in Baltimore.
- The Alabama Supreme Court rules in favor of supporting a school choice program.
- Top New York Republicans candidates may challenge Senator Chuck Schumer in 2016.
- Maine’s HHS Department teams up with law enforcement to fight EBT fraud.
- Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker discusses first 100 days.
- Connecticut Republicans offer alternative state budget.
- Rep. Paul Ryan, “The American idea is that the condition of your birth doesn’t determine outcome of your life.”
- Ben Carson announces presidential run during television interview.
- Mandatory union dues are legal in 25 states.
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- Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan helped raise over $1 million for cancer.
- Milwaukee Brewers name Craig Counsell manager.
- Devils hire Ray Shero as next general manager.
- Stephen Curry is the NBA’s 2015 MVP.