DAY'S END ROUND-UP

FROM THE BLOGS:

Young voters now available for GOP
In light of recent scandals involving the Obama Administration, Republicans now have the opportunity to alter their platform to cater to younger voters and win back the under-30 vote says Right Turn's Jennifer Rubin.

Rubio's indecisiveness may cost him with voters
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) has not yet declared that he will vote for the immigration reform bill that he helped draw up. His last minute change of heart could hurt the bill and his reputation among voters according to the National Review.

Republicans appear in liberal media outlets
The Daily Beast's David Freedlander writes that many Republican lawmakers are trying their hand at more liberal media outlets in an effort to take their message more mainstream.

Until federal government places regulations, drone laws will fall to states
Wonkblog's Timothy B. Lee writes that the lack of national regulations on drones will lead to inconsistent laws being made in each state across the country.

OTHER NEWS SOURCES:

Boehner to adhere to "Hastert Rule" on immigration reform
The Hill's Molly K. Hooper writes that Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) will not bring the immigration reform bill to a vote in the house without the support of the majority of Republicans.

Push for Clinton's campaign in 2016 begins
Sen. Claire McCaskill became the first politician to publicly support Hillary Clinton for president in 2016 on Tuesday, according to The Hill's Alexandra Jaffe.



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