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- GOP offer to fix VA gives $10 billion in emergency funds
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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Mike Enzi
U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has filed for re-election with the Wyoming Secretary of State's office.
U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi has scheduled an open house to mark the official opening of his campaign headquarters in Cheyenne.
Wyoming's two U.S. senators are working on legislation to prevent Riverton from being considered part of the Wind River Reservation after a federal agency ruled the city was on Indian land.
Sen. Mike Enzi, Wyoming Republican, is leading the charge to overturn a ban on the use of iPads and Kindles on the Senate floor.
In a story Feb. 19 about an interview with Sen. Mike Enzi that covered his views on addressing the national debt, The Associated Press reported erroneously a vote by Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., on an increase in the debt limit. Barrasso voted against the measure, not for it.
Liz Cheney fell behind U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi in fundraising and spent more money than she raised over the last three-months of her campaign as her bid to unseat the three-term Republican faltered amid a public spat with her sister and difficulty gaining support among mainstream Republicans in Wyoming.
Charlie Hardy, a former Catholic priest, says he will run as a Democrat in the 2014 U.S. Senate race in Wyoming.
Liz Cheney, daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, on Monday abruptly abandoned her effort to unseat Republican incumbent Sen. Mike Enzi of Wyoming.
Sen. Michael Enzi is 23 years older than Liz Cheney, and voters in Wyoming likely will be reminded of that fact many times as the two head toward a primary election fight in 2014.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Former Vice President Dick Cheney's daughter Liz Cheney will run against Wyoming's senior U.S. senator in next year's Republican primary, her campaign said Tuesday.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney's daughter Liz Cheney will run against Wyoming's senior U.S. senator in next year's Republican primary, her campaign said Tuesday.
Liz Cheney, the elder of ex-Vice President Dick Cheney's two daughters, said she is considering a run against Wyoming Sen. Mike Enzi in the next Republican primary.
A source close to the politically active daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney told the Daily Caller that she is seriously considering a run for Wyoming Republican Sen. Mike Enzi's seat.
Memo to President Barack Obama and the debt negotiators: You can save $13 billion by fixing a glitch in the new health care law.
Another unintended consequence of President Barack Obama's health care law has emerged: Older adults of the same age and income with similar medical histories could pay widely different amounts for private health insurance due to a quirk of the complex legislation.
"I'm absolutely not too old to be senator," he said Wednesday. "I'd say I'm actually in the median age for [the Senate]. I'm in really good health."
He said Democrats hope that when Republicans oppose the bill, it will "make it look like Republicans want to raise the rates on students, and that's not true."