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A proposed constitutional amendment to abridge the freedom of speech received the endorsement of the Senate Judiciary Committee by a 10-8 vote Thursday.

In an op-ed piece in the New York Times for July 11, three of America’s wealthiest and most powerful business magnates — Sheldon Adelson, Warren Buffett, and Bill Gates — lamented that “immigration reform” legislation is having such difficulty in getting though Congress.

In November, Arizona voters will consider Proposition 122, a measure that would release the state from paying for federal programs.

 

A trio of Republican senators sent a letter to the EPA administrator asking her to withdraw the new wage garnishment rule.

After initially turning down the White House’s invitation to meet President Obama upon his arrival at the state capital of Austin, Texas Governor Rick Perry met with Obama on July 9 in Dallas. Perry had described an Austin meeting, which would have been little more than a photo-op, as “a quick handshake on the tarmac.”

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