Weekly immigration report Aug 2, 2016: More backdoor amnesty and more planned

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“Similarly, Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) said, ‘The Obama Administration admitted it has no clue how many unlawful immigrants from Central American countries will be flown into America as a result of expanding this unconstitutional amnesty program. This action blatantly violates federally mandated immigration caps as well as Article 1, Section 8, Clause 4 of the U.S. Constitution.’ Click here to read

Wolf management represented in House Interior Bill

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The House of Representatives recently passed its $32 billion Department of Interior and Environmental Protection Agency spending bill by a 231-196 vote. The measure included three amendments to manage wolf populations in the United States. Amendment No. 78 is sponsored by Reps. Steve Pearce (New Mexico) and Paul Gosar (Arizona). The amendment removes federal protections for the Mexican wolf under ...

U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar Visits McCoy Fishing

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U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar, Fourth District – Arizona, was in Lake Havasu City recently and took time out of his busy schedule of Town Hall meetings to visit the McCoy Fishing corporate office. As a supporter of small business and American Made products, Congressman Gosar made it a point to spend some time with McCoy Fishing on his most recent visit to Lake Havasu City.Click here to read

U.S. and state legislators visit Rose Acre Farms

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A delegation featuring U.S. Rep Paul Gosar (R, Ariz.) and State District 5 Rep. Regina Cobb toured the facility, which is currently under construction. ‘It’s pretty amazing,’ Gosar said. He added that many egg producers are looking at Western Arizona so they can be close to the California market. ‘Arizona is very close to becoming the egg capital of the world,’ Click here to read

Bipartisan bill could increase renewable energy on public land

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State and federal officials praised a bipartisan bill that would encourage renewable energy development on public lands by streamlining the permitting process and letting local governments share in revenues from the projects. The bill by Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Prescott — which already has 67 co-sponsors, including every member of Arizona’s delegation — would give counties revenue to help cover these c...

Election 2016: 3-term Rep. Gosar says Washington hasn’t changed him

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After almost three terms in Congress, Paul Gosar, R-Prescott, said his priorities have changed slightly but Washington has not changed him. ‘Washington is still broken and in desperate need of reform,’ the congressman said in an email response to questions. ‘I am still fighting many of the same battles as when I was first elected, including working to repeal Obamacare, to cut wasteful federal spen...

Mexican gray wolf management measure passes US House

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The measure sponsored by Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona and Steve Pearce of New Mexico was included as an amendment to a $32 billion spending bill for the Interior Department and the Environmental Protection Agency that passed Thursday.Click here to read

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