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.
- 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
- 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
- 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
- ‘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
- 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