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landrieu-tea-partySen. Mary Landrieu's name came up recently on MSNBC's "The Cycle." The Louisiana Senator was described as "tough as nails," and the reporters gave her good chances of keeping her seat in the Senate in November.

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Marine’s Premiums Spike Due to Obamacare
Wednesday, 23 April 2014 09:16

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An ad from Americans for Prosperity details the sad story of a Marine whose health insurance policy premium costs “went way up” due to Obamacare.

Christopher Schiff, a Marine Corps veteran, explains his disappointment after Sen. Mary Landrieu (D.

The ACA Becomes a Democratic Weapon as Sen. Mary Landrieu Uses It to Destroy GOP Opponent

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Wednesday, April, 23rd, 2014, 10:10 am

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    The news is not all bad for Republican 5th District U.S. Rep. Vance McAllister, whose recent marital misdeed of kissing a staffer in his Monroe office is getting mixed reactions from his constituents.
    A poll provided Fax-Net by Darrell Glascock of the Glascock Group out of Pineville reveals that 49% of 5th District voters would be willing to vote to re-elect McAllister at this point in time.

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The Obama administration once again has punted on a final decision for the Keystone XL pipeline, announcing ahead of the holiday weekend that it is extending a key review period indefinitely -- a move that could push off a determination until after the midterm elections. 

Republicans, as well as red-state Democrats who want the pipeline approved, slammed the administration for the delay. 

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"It's absolutely ridiculous that this well over five year long process is continuing for an undetermined amount of time," Sen.

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The Obama administration once again has punted on a final decision for the Keystone XL pipeline, announcing ahead of the holiday weekend that it is extending a key review period indefinitely -- a move that could push off a determination until after the midterm elections. 

Republicans, as well as red-state Democrats who want the pipeline approved, slammed the administration for the delay. 

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"It's absolutely ridiculous that this well over five year long process is continuing for an undetermined amount of time," Sen.

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The Obama administration once again has punted on a final decision for the Keystone XL pipeline, announcing ahead of the holiday weekend that it is extending a key review period indefinitely -- a move that could push off a determination until after the midterm elections. 

Republicans, as well as red-state Democrats who want the pipeline approved, slammed the administration for the delay. 

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"It's absolutely ridiculous that this well over five year long process is continuing for an undetermined amount of time," Sen.

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The Obama administration once again has punted on a final decision for the Keystone XL pipeline, announcing ahead of the holiday weekend that it is extending a key review period indefinitely -- a move that could push off a determination until after the midterm elections. 

Republicans, as well as red-state Democrats who want the pipeline approved, slammed the administration for the delay. 

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"It's absolutely ridiculous that this well over five year long process is continuing for an undetermined amount of time," Sen.

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Sen. Mary Landrieu in her campaign ad, left, and at a congressional hearing.landrieu for senate/ us senate committee on energy and natural resources

Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu is facing criticism after she reenacted a Senate hearing for a campaign ad -- while also fixing a flub from her original remarks.

Landrieu’s ad, titled “Will Not Rest,” appears at first glance to feature footage of the senator passionately arguing for increased oil and gas revenue sharing during a Hill hearing.

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Now, which administration might that be? Obviously, it's the Democratic president whom Landrieu -- as Republicans never tire of pointing out -- has supported in 95-plus percent of her votes in the Senate.

The ad touts Landrieu's stand against efforts to stop offshore drilling -- a huge part of coastal Louisiana's economy. "Nothing about this moratorium makes sense," she says in the ad, referring to a proposed Obama administration cessation of offshore drilling in the wake of the BP oil spill.

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