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O'Malley Gets Earful Over Gas Sales Tax Plan

The are many concerns regarding Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley's plan to apply the state sales tax to gasoline, and he heard an earful of those worries yesterday when he pitched the plan to lawmakers in Annapolis.

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Virginia Congressman Testifies On How To Fix Congress

Few will disagree that Congress in its current state is almost iredeemably dysfunctional, but Virginia Congressman Tom Davis has suggested some ways to break the legislature's bad habits.

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Romney Might Like The View From Peoria

With Illinois holding its GOP presidential primary next Tuesday, NPR's Don Gonyea speaks to voters in and around the iconic American test market of Peoria, asking: Will Illinois embrace Mitt Romney's politics, or follow the South's lead and favor Rick Santorum?
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Sen. Orinn Hatch Faces Possible Upset In Utah

On Thursday, Utah Republicans will hold neighborhood caucuses, in which they will select delegates to the party's state convention. Utah senior Sen. Orrin Hatch hopes to avoid the fate that befell his former colleague, Robert Bennett, two years ago. To that end, Hatch has tried to ensure he has the support to avoid losing his seat.
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Gingrich's SuperPAC Ally Tells How His Candidate Can Still Be Nominee

To hear Rick Tyler of the pro-Gingrich superPAC tell it, Gingrich is sitting in the catbird seat. All he needs to do is wait for the Republican National Convention in Tampa to roll around in August with none of the candidates having the 1,144 delegates required for the nomination.
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Obama, Cameron Underscore Ties At News Conference

British Prime Minister David Cameron is in Washington for talks at the White House.

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