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Kline met privately on Friday with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and fellow Republican Reps. Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington, Paul Ryan of Wisconsin and Dave Camp of Michigan on Friday to begin gathering the party's best ideas. The session
Sen. Amy Klobuchar is leading a national effort to position more female Democratic candidates for victory in 2014. List an advocacy group for female candidates who support abortion rights is pressing its members to embrace broader agendas. The idea
and how it plays out the midterm elections -- was on display last week as the lower chamber lurched toward approving raising the $17 trillion debt limit so the United States wouldn't go into default. Republicans tried to develop a strategy to include
Rep. John Kline wants to stay on as chairman of the House Education Committee in the next Congress...The GOP has term limits that restrict members to serving six consecutive years as a committee chair or ranking member. Having ascended to the ranking
Top congressional analysts says the implementation of President Barack Obama’s healthcare law will result in cuts to job hours of several million Americans and some will be even forced to leave the jobs entirely. In times when
Sen. Al Franken raised $12 million last year for what is expected to be a tough fight to keep the seat he barely won six years ago. Fundraising figures released Friday show Franken had nearly $5 million left as he started the year. Mike McFadden, so
Rep. John Kline drew $450,000 in campaign contributions during the final three months of 2013, far outpacing his opponents. Kline's campaign has $1.6 million banked for a likely November rematch against his 2012 Democratic opponent, former state Rep.
Americans United for Change is trying to tie 47 swing-district Republicans around the nation, to the conservative movement with Tea Stained, a legislative scorecard that ranks lawmakers by votes the group sees as aligned with Tea Party values...House
Lawmakers themselves can't even agree on whether this session of Congress is likely to be productive. Rep. John Kline, the Minnesota Republican who chairs the House education committee, expresses optimism about the prospects for a number of measures.
Gerson, who ran against Kline last year, said his quest for the endorsement is serious, viable with the goal of redefining the Republican party. "My campaign is less about challenging a Republican incumbent and more of an effort to define