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Mike Pence Says Criticism of Indiana's Law Is a 'Smear.' But He'll 'Clarify' It Anyway.

The Republican governor is speaking out about intense criticism of his state's new "religious freedom" law.

How Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law Turned Into a Nationwide Political Storm

State lawmakers vow to amend the law as elected officials, corporations, and others speak out.

What Makes Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law Different?

The new statute's defenders claim it simply mirrors existing federal rules, but it contains two provisions that put new obstacles in the path of equality.

How Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law Could Fail

The debate over same-sex marriage isn't actually over yet, but opponents are already turning their attention to state nondiscrimination laws.

Political Machine Dissolves as Aaron Schock Leaves Congress

Groups with ties to Schock are closing their doors and Illinois Republicans are looking for new sources of cash after Schock's scandal.

Matt Bevin Struggles to Stand Out Without Mitch McConnell as Foil

The tea-party darling of 2014 is trying to run for governor of Kentucky this year. But he is having trouble making his own way after a debut campaign defined by his opponent.

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