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  1. Arizona Apache Mobilize Against Bill Which Hands Sacred Native American Land To Mining CompanyRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Pam's House Blend

    The Apache Stronghold formed in December in response to a last-minute legislative provision included in the the National Defense Authorization Act of 2015. The provision at issue in the annual Defense Department funding bill grants Resolution Copper Mining, a subsidiary of Australian-English mining giant Rio Tinto, a 2,400-acre land parcel which includes parts of the Tonto National Forest, protected national forest in Arizona where it will create the continent's largest copper mine.

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  2. Mohave downwinder bill returns to CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Kingman Daily Miner

    On Wednesday, Rep. Paul Gosar and Arizona Sen. John McCain introduced new bills in both the House and Senate that would include downwinders in Mohave County and Clark County, Nev., in the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act. A previous attempt by Gosar, R-Ariz., to get this act amended in 2013 was ruled out of order in committee, and other attempts to include Mohave County never made it to committee.

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  3. 'McCain stole our land from us'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Final Call

    Hundreds of protestors, including members of a caravan that traveled from Southeastern Arizona to the nation's capital, recently made their voices heard at the steps of the U.S. capital. The protestors were calling on members of Congress to repeal a rider which transferred 2,500 of sacred Apache lands last November.

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  4. Apache vow fight, lawmakers push bill, to block Oak Flat land swapRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Navaho Hopi Observer

    The crowd listens to speakers at a Capitol rally against a plan to swap Oak Flat, considered sacred by the San Carlos Apache, with a mining company. Photo/Jamie Cochran The protest against the Oak Flat land swap began with San Carlos Apache drummers playing the 'war song' to the crowd outside the Capitol.

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  5. Conservative Groups Not Sold on John McCain ChallengerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Roll Call

    Conservative outside groups have made it crystal clear they want John McCain out of the Senate, but a fog remains over whether any will back the Arizona Republican's most prominent opponent so far. While state Sen. Kelli Ward, a doctor who hails from a predominantly rural district in Lake Havasu City, is the most well-known Republican to enter the race, she has yet to earn the backing of some of the major conservative organizations able to offer significant financial support.

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  6. 7/25/2015Read the original story

    Saturday Jul 25 | Digby

    A "sneak law" attachment to a "must-pass" bill gives sacred Native American land to a foreign mining company. How did this happen? Do you remember that "Citibank budget," where a budget bill to avert an imminent government shutdown suddenly had in it a Citibank-written provision deregulating certain risky financial trades? If Congress voted against the budget, the government would shut down, so Citibank got its way? This is how "sneak laws" get through.

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  7. Arizona Congressman Barricades Himself in OfficeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Daily Kos

    ... Bundy Ranch in support of anti-government action. Flagstaff's own Bob Thorpe was there, along with Representative Paul Gosar of the United States Congress and former Arizona sheriff Richard Mack. Mack is the one who told FOX News that Bundy's ...

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  8. Oak Flat: The Latest Land Grab From Native AmericansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | OpEdNews

    A " sneak law " attachment to a "must-pass" bill gives sacred Native American land to a foreign mining company. How did this happen? Do you remember that "Citibank budget," where a budget bill to avert an imminent government shutdown suddenly had in it a Citibank-written provision deregulating certain risky financial trades? If Congress voted against the budget, the government would shut down, so Citibank got its way? This is how " sneak laws " get through.

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  9. Apache protesters: "John McCain is a traitor" for selling holy land to foreign mining companyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Inhabitat

    ... Republicans in the capitol and, according to a statement from Apache Stronghold, Republican Representative Paul Gosar threatened to have protestors arrested . The group of "mostly grandmothers and young women" refused to leave the building where his ...

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  10. Tribe vows to fight Arizona lawmakers over land swapRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | KTAR

    The protest to preserve Oak Flat turned heated Wednesday as San Carlos Apache tribal members, rallying at the Capitol, vowed to do whatever it takes to reverse a deal to turn Oak Flat over to a mining company. "I'll die for my land," said Standing Fox, a San Carlos Apache who was at the Capitol.

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  11. Oak Flat: The Latest Land Grab From Native AmericansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Crooks and Liars

    A " sneak law " attachment to a "must-pass" bill gives sacred Native American land to a foreign mining company. How did this happen? Do you remember that "Citibank budget," where a budget bill to avert an imminent government shutdown suddenly had in it a Citibank-written provision deregulating certain risky financial trades? If Congress voted against the budget, the government would shut down, so Citibank got its way? This is how " sneak laws " get through.

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  12. Apaches take Arizona copper mine protest to White House, CapitolRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Arizona Republic

    After weeks of taking their message to churches and tribes around the country, a caravan of San Carlos Apache members sang and prayed in Washington Tuesday for the preservation of sacred sites in Arizona. Apaches take Arizona copper mine protest to White House, Capitol After weeks of taking their message to churches and tribes around the country, a caravan of San Carlos Apache members sang and prayed in Washington Tuesday for the preservation of sacred sites in Arizona.

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  13. Obama finalizes racist plan to redraw your neighborhood | BY Robert ROMANORead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Sonoran News

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development has finalized its "Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing" rule that empowers the government to condition eligibility for community development block grants on redrawing zoning maps to achieve racial and income integration by building high-density, low-income housing in middle-class neighborhoods.

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  14. Grassroots group gathers support to amend U.S. ConstitutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Daily Courier

    Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier Tom Steele speaks during a Convention of States Project meeting Sunday at Lifepointe Church in Prescott Valley. The Convention of States Project is a constitutionally based national movement to help get the federal government under control.

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  15. Washington Healthcare UpdateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | JD Supra

    This Week: Senate Reauthorizes Older Americans Act; Bill Heads to the House... White House Holds 2015 Conference on Aging and Launches Several New Administration Healthy Aging Initiatives Enveloping Alzheimer's, Dementia, Falls Prevention... HHS OIG Report Finds Fraud Prevention System Saved $453.9 Million in 2014 On July 9, Reps. Matt Salmon , Paul Gosar and Marlin Stutzman introduced the Right to Try Act of 2015 , to provide patients access to investigational drugs that have passed the Food and Drug Administration's basic safety testing, but have not yet been fully approved.

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  16. House OKs bill aimed at curbing wildfires; critics call it 'bad for forests'Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Navaho Hopi Observer

    But where supporters of the Resilient Federal Forests Act of 2015 saw much-needed protections, critics saw a bill that they said guts environmental regulations and promotes high-risk logging, among other issues. "The bill is bad for forests, it's bad for wildlife, and it's bad for the impacted communities who are trying to engage in forest management decisions," said Jenny Keatinge, government relations associate for the Defenders of Wildlife.

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  17. The Apache are coming to DCRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 21 | The Hill

    The Apache are coming to Washington. They are coming to protect a public campground in Arizona known as Oak Flat, called in Apache, Chi'chil Bildagoteel.

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  18. Lawmakers Say August Recess Key to Rallying Opposition to Iran DealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | News Max

    Conservative Republicans in the House have left little doubt that as soon as Congress adjourns, they plan to call on their constituents to rally nationwide opposition to the proposed nuclear deal with Iran. At the regular meeting of Conversations with Conservatives on Capitol Hill last week, lawmakers spelled out to Newsmax a strategy of first mobilizing opponents of the controversial agreement championed by President Barack Obama.

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  19. How You Can Stop ObamazoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | National Review Online

    President Obama's transformative assault on the political and economic independence of America's suburbs-and indeed all local government in America-can be stopped. I've written about the massive federal overreach of Obama's Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing regulation here and here .

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  20. PolitiFact Florida: Grayson correct in number of bills and resolutions he has writtenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 19 | St. Petersburg Times

    Though U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Orlando, is perhaps most famous for his colorful language about Republicans, in his campaign for U.S. Senate he wants to portray himself as a politician who gets things done - even when Republicans are in charge of Congress. When Grayson announced that he will enter the race for the seat now held by U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, he repeatedly made claims that he is No.

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