As D.C. shuts down, Republicans are succeeding at the state level.
Former Florida governor cautions that Republicans’ influence is ‘relative’
‘Even as there is gridlock and dysfunction in Washington’
Obama’s lawyers resort to Watergate-era desegregation case to stop vouchers
‘What the extremist left is arguing against is affordable energy’
Millenials are skeptical of one-size-fits-all control of education policy, and they’re looking for new solutions.
‘We are not a debating society. We are a political operation that needs to win’
Only one state in CNBC’s top 14 is led by a Democrat
Now that Louisiana and Nebraska have dropped their tax reform plans, North Carolina and Kansas are the only states looking to scrap their income tax systems.
Haley: ‘There is a complete lack of leadership or responnsiblity or accountability in this town’
By taxing services, states can make their tax codes fairer and more efficient.
‘For the life of me I don’t understand why we have stigmatized career education in this country’
Jindal’s broader tax reform plan includes ending corporate and personal income taxes
Gov would replace revenues with increased sales taxes
51 percent call NJ governor ‘excellent’ or ‘good’ fit for GOP in search of victories
Jindal called on lawmakers to put partisanship aside on issues like school choice
Judge strikes down Louisiana’s ambitious education reforms
Louisiana’s landmark education reform is in court this week.
Many Republicans predicted that Romney would win the election, even though he was behind in battleground state polls.
Old favorites, newcomers, and a surprise or two