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Former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland (R), who served 10 months in prison after being forced from office in 2004, was indicted Thursday on new charges related to two congressional campaigns, according to The Hartford Courant.
Republican lawmakers in Florida, with the backing of the National Rifle Association, want to make it OK for people to carry concealed firearms without a permit during riots and other emergencies, The Miami Herald reported on Thursday.
The New Jersey legislative committee investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures lost a key court battle when a judge ruled on Wednesday that two key figures in the scandal do not have to turn over documents.
If you frequent certain freedom-loving corners of the internet, you might have noticed over the past couple of days a flurry of headlines worried about Attorney General Eric Holder's interest in "gun tracking bracelets."
A Louisiana pastor says he knows who leaked the video of Rep. Vance McAllister (R-LA) kissing one of his female staff members. Danny Chance, pastor of Christian Life Church in Monroe, La., says another McAllister staffer did it.
New Jersey's state Senate president, Steve Sweeney, was forced to do a verbal backflip Monday after telling The Newark Star-Ledger that the legislative committee investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures should "walk away" if a judge rules against it in a crucial legal battle.