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Rand Paul makes a muddle

CHICAGO — Let some candidates seek the middle. Rand Paul is comfortable in the muddle.

Some have said the junior senator from Kentucky is the most “intriguing” of the possible Republican presidential candidates for 2016.



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Georgia's foreign-owned businesses stepped up activity

By Morris News Service

ATLANTA -- Activity increased during the first three months of the year at the foreign-owned manufacturers with plants in Georgia, according to figures released Monday by Kennesaw State University's Econometric Center. 
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4/22/2014 — Hastings Wyman: 1st Quarter FEC reports: Them as has gits

4/22/2014 — Florida: Self-funder poised to win GOP nod for Trey Radel seat

4/17/2014 — Matt Towery: More 'Ammunition' for Obama Administration

4/17/2014 — Ted Cruz fundraising drops post-shutdown

4/16/2014 — Alex Sink won’t run again in Florida district

4/16/2014 — Walter Jones: Georgia has the fastest-growing solar industry

4/15/2014 — Bossie: Boos in New Hampshire show Jeb Bush’s challenge

4/15/2014 — Georgia: Gingrey, Nunn attacked by Super-Pac

4/14/2014 — Hastings Wyman: Oklahoma GOP in major US Senate battle

4/14/2014 — Paul tweaks Bush on 'act of love'

4/11/2014 — Jeb Bush defends ‘act of love’

4/11/2014 — Sarita Chourey : Road advocates urge S.C. motorists to snap photos, video

4/10/2014 — Edwin Edwards’ last stand

4/10/2014 — Sarita Chourey : South Carolina: State, county leaders press runway project at S.C. Capitol

4/9/2014 — In S.C., Bill Clinton touts diversity

4/9/2014 — Oklahoma: Palin endorses Shannon

4/8/2014 — Walter Jones: Georgia: A week that could have changed the campaigns

4/8/2014 — Ralph Hall gets boost from fellow Texans

4/7/2014 — McCaul wants soldiers to carry guns on base

4/7/2014 — Hastings Wyman: Virginia’s 10th District
Around the South
Tennessee, Mississippi, & South Carolina

Tennessee: Corker calls for closer US ties to Ukraine, Moldava. US Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), ranking Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, called on the US to strengthen its ties with Ukraine and Moldava. On a four-day trip to the two countries, Corker said Russia’s interference in the two countries “is a wake-up call… We are paying the price for our disengagement from the region following the collapse of the Soviet Union.”

 

Mississippi: Bryant signs anti-crime bills. Gov. Phil Bryant (R-MS) signed bills into law on Monday that will help reduce crime in the Magnolia State, reports The Commercial Appeal. One would add 14 new assistant district attorneys this year and two more next year, which would reduce prosecutors’ caseloads and reduce plea-bargaining. Another would add 60 more state troopers to improve highway safety.

 

South Carolina: Scott, Booker form friendship. Although they are the only two African-Americans in the Senate, US Sens. Tim Scott (R-SC) and Cory Booker (D-NJ) are separated by both party and ideology, yet they have become good friends, reports the Black Entertainment Network. Booker says Scott, whom he calls “the old man” because he got to the Senate first, helped orient him when Booker first arrived in Washington. Last week the two lawmakers introduced their first joint bill, which would offer tax credits for employers who increase the number of apprenticeships they offer.

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