5 overlooked politics stories that are worth your time

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra walks along the U.S. Mexico border after announcing a lawsuit against the Trump Administration over its plan to begin construction of border wall projects in San Diego and Imperial Counties in San Diego, California, U.S. September 20, 2017. Photo by REUTERS/Mike Blake

The 24-hour news cycle is filled with politics coverage, but not everything gets the attention it deserves. Here are five politics stories you may have missed in the past week.

  1. Trump's DACA Moves Aren't Shaking His Most Loyal Supporters — 9/18. At a dinner for conservative Iowans, Trump supporters appear unbothered by the president negotiating a deal on DACA. — Iowa Public Radio
  2. Risky move by Trump in Alabama perplexes supporters, pundits — 9/19. On Friday, President Trump will campaign for Sen. Luther Strange, although the incumbent trails former judge Roy Moore in the runoff election. — Alabama Media Group
  3. Ryan to impanel informal GOP working group on DACA — 9/14. Both moderates and conservatives will meet to find a solution that will enjoy the support of the majority of the Republican conference. — Politico
  4. 'California versus Trump' became an instant rallying cry. But 'resistance' has been more complicated — 9/17. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has sued the Trump administration six times since April. — LA Times
  5. Indiana a target in Trump administration's push for tax reform — 9/13. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have plans to visit Indiana in the next week, and Trump hosted Sen. Donnelly for dinner to talk tax reform last week. — Indianapolis Star

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