Meet the immortal Senate leader, Hugh Leatherman. The state’s most powerful politician, he survived on Wednesday an attempt to end his reign as top senator. After stepping down as Senate […]
The Republican-led Senate’s unofficial, libertarian-leaning William Wallace Caucus has lost one of its original members. The Senate on Wednesday elected Anderson Republican Kevin Bryant as lt. governor, a post senators […]
It’s an age of increasing demand for transparency in government, while anonymous political speech is unfettered. And some lawmakers don’t like it. The Senate failed on Thursday to fast track a bill—H. 3189—that would require political groups to disclose their donors. The vote was 28-16 in favor of giving the bill priority status, just shy of the two-thirds majority vote needed.