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Unfortunately, Colorado lawmakers failed to pass legislation that would prohibit the use of EBT card withdrawals inside of marijuana shops, medical-marijuana dispensaries and strip clubs, but last year they did pass a law stopping EBT transactions at gun shops, bars, liquor stores and gambling establishments.
A new bill introduced Tuesday would prevent people from using food stamps or other federal aid to buy medical marijuana.
A new law will loosen environmental review conditions on thinning bark-beetle infested forests and make it easier for states to thin unhealthy forests and restore damaged watersheds.
A U.S. congressman announced Thursday that the Yarnell fire district will receive a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
All three of the members of Congress who serve the Prescott area joined minorities in voting against the country's huge farm bill.
A growing number of Republican House members, especially those elected in 2010 and 2012, are voicing dissent against the weak, defensive House Republican leadership as President Barack Obama consolidates the power of the executive branch.
United States Congressman Paul Gosar said federal funding to help build a new veterans home for the area proposed by Gov. Jan Brewer would be dependent on reallocating monies already provided to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Congressman, Paul A. Gosar, came to Lake Havasu City to speak to the public on his view of debt and Obamacare.
Obamacare, Benghazi and government spending were red-hot topics that Mohave County’s representative in Congress raised Tuesday night.
Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar is questioning the decision by the Bureau of Prisons and Attorney General Eric Holder’s Department of Justice to release Lynne Stewart, who is a former lawyer convicted of aiding terrorism.