Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley speaks during an interview in his Capitol office in Montgomery, Ala. Republicans set out a bold conservative agendas after taking control of state capitols across the Midwest and South in the last general election. But after a series of notable achievements last year, the largest Republican wave in statehouses since the Great Depression now is splintering and action on key issues is stalled despite little meaningful opposition from outnumbered Democrats.
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley speaks during an interview in his Capitol office in Montgomery, Ala. Republicans set out a bold conservative agendas after taking control of state capitols across the Midwest and South in the last general election. But after a series of notable achievements last year, the largest Republican wave in statehouses since the Great Depression now is splintering and action on key issues is stalled despite little meaningful opposition from outnumbered Democrats.
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published Friday, June 15th, 2012
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Republicans set out a bold conservative agenda after taking control of state capitols across the Midwest and South in the last general election. They wanted to cut taxes and spending, put new limits on labor unions, crack down on illegal immigrants and give parents more alternatives to traditional public schools.

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