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  1. WV must make most of casino as entertainmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | The Arizona Republic

    Glendale and West Valley leaders must plan how they will make the most of the Tohono O'odham Nation casino, a people-magnet, expected to open soon. Glendale, West Valley must make the most of casino as entertainment draw Glendale and West Valley leaders must plan how they will make the most of the Tohono O'odham Nation casino, a people-magnet, expected to open soon.


  2. House fails to block Tohono O'odham casino resort in GlendaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Navaho Hopi Observer

    A spokesman for the Tohono O'odham Nation said the House's failure to pass a bill that would have blocked the tribe's Desert Diamond casino in Glendale represents 'a dramatic victory for the Nation.' Photo/Megan Siquieros/Desert Diamond Tom Blanon Cronkite News WASHINGTON - The House Nov. 16 failed to muster the two-thirds vote needed to pass a bill that would have blocked a Tohono O'odham casino in Glendale, just weeks before the facility is scheduled to open.


  3. Last Best Chance to Stop AFFHRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 18 | National Review Online

    One good chance remains to stop President Obama's stunningly ambitious drive to change the way Americans live-his Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing regulation . A truly radical initiative -no less ambitious in scope than Obamacare-AFFH is designed to re-engineer nearly every American neighborhood, imposing quotas by race, ethnicity, and English proficiency, densifying housing, transportation, and business development in suburb and city alike, and thoroughly undermining the political and economic independence of local governments.


  4. 30,000 Cuban Migrants Overwhelming Mexico, US BorderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 18 | News Max

    Cuban migrants seeking to enter the U.S.are overwhelming Mexican and American authorities at the sourthern border in Texas, a sign that despite President Obama's efforts to normalize relations, there is no respite in immigration from Cuba. Nearly 30,000 Cubans have made it to Texas this year alone, an increase of 80 percent from the previous year, reports the Washington Free Beacon.


  5. Senior Republican aides lie about Congressman Tom PriceRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 14 | California Yankee

    The congressional jockeying over legislation that would block a federally recognized Indian nation from opening a Las Vegas-style casino on reservation land in Arizona reached a disturbing crescendo last week. Senior advisers to a group of House Republican lawmakers misled columnists and reporters about the measure's projected cost to taxpayers.


  6. The Freedom Caucus and the WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 10 | High Country News

    You may have heard that the group is uncompromising and But what is the Freedom Caucus, exactly? Who's in it, and what does it have in store for Western issues like immigration and energy? grew fed up with Boehner and other House leaders. In their view, the leadership was too close to the center and too willing to compromise with Democrats.


  7. After Paul Gosar Tries to Undermine Grand Canyon Monument, Raul Grijalva Fights BackRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 10 | Phoenix New Times

    In what is increasingly looking like a tit-for-tat game of politics, mere days after Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva formally introduced federal legislation declaring 1.7 million acres around the Grand Canyon a national monument, his colleague, Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar, introduced another piece of legislation intended to undermine it.


  8. Rep. Gosar says repeal, not replace health care lawRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 10 | The Daily Courier

    Les Bowen/The Daily Courier Congressman Paul Gosar, R-Arizona District 4, fields questions at a town hall event Monday, Nov. 9, at the Yavapai County board room on Fair Street in Prescott. Les Bowen Multi-Platform Journalist PRESCOTT - Rep. Paul Gosar again broke ranks with mainstream Republicans, telling constituents at a town hall meeting Monday, Nov. 9, he doesn't have a replacement for President Barack Obama's health care law.


  9. Bison plan out of committeeRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 10 | The Kingman Daily Miner

    With over 600 buffalo continuing to reside in the Grand Canyon National Park where sport hunting is forbidden, Rep. Paul Gosar helped get through the U.S. House Resources Committee a bill that would allow the Arizona Game & Fish Department to manage the bison population that is threatening both natural and cultural resources on the park. Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake have previously introduced identical legislation in the Senate that ultimately would allow the Commission to set rules where bison could be removed by sport hunting from the park.


  10. Congressman Paul Gosar Lashes Out at Grand Canyon Monument Bill SupportersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 5 | Phoenix New Times

    Once again, Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar has harsh words for those who disagree with him; though unlike in the past, his latest comments aren't directed at the Pope or Planned Parenthood or what appears to be his favorite target, the Environmental Protection Agency . This time he's going after a congressional colleague, Tucson U.S. Representative Raul Grijalva, and the alliance of politicians and "environmental extremists" supporting Grijalva's bill to ban uranium mining near the Grand Canyon by declaring the area a national monument - Gosar goes so far as to suggest the that the "double-dealing bill isn't even worth the paper it was printed on."


  11. Miami lawmaker signals fading support for special rules for Cuban immigrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 31 | South Florida Sun-Sentinel

    The longest-serving Cuban-American in Congress may be easing her staunch support for the preferential immigration law for Cubans, saying "it wouldn't break my heart if it is done away with.' ' Miami Republican Ileana Ros-Lehtinen has been one of the most stalwart defenders of the Cuban Adjustment Act, but said those who now exploit it by quickly returning to Cuba are "not in fear of persecution" and "should not have the privilege."


  12. Bill would give Congress sole authority to recognize tribesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 31 | The Day

    A congressional subcommittee heard testimony last week on a bill providing that Indian tribes only be recognized by an act of Congress rather than by the executive branch of the U.S. government.   The bill would not enable tribes that have been denied recognition in the past to re-petition, a provision that would appear to apply to the Eastern Pequot Tribe of North Stonington . Under the bill, introduced by Rep. Rob Bishop, a Utah Republican, an Indian group seeking recognition would still have to file an application with the Department of the Interior's assistant secretary for Indian affairs, as is currently the case.


  13. Ryan Donated Thousands to Those Who Voted Against Him for SpeakerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 29 | Roll Call

    Of the 10 Republicans in the House GOP Conference who voted for someone other than Paul D. Ryan for speaker Ryan's Prosperity Action PAC - which doles out money to curry favor with his House colleagues - gave $35,000 spread among those five members who did not vote for him for speaker. Ryan's leadership PAC has given $12,500 since 2010 to Rep. Daniel Webster, R-Fla., who ran for speaker and did not cast a ballot for anyone during Thursday's vote.


  14. Still time to defund Obama's racial zoning quotas | By Robert RomanoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 28 | Sonoran News

    In September, Congress averted a partial government shutdown when it voted to continue appropriations at 2015 levels, but those only go through December 11, when another omnibus spending bill or continuing resolution will be needed.


  15. House approves two-year budget dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 28 | Los Angeles Times

    Rep. Paul D. Ryan, expected to be the next House speaker, said he decided there were "few good options" and would back the House budget agreement. Rep. Paul D. Ryan, expected to be the next House speaker, said he decided there were "few good options" and would back the House budget agreement.


  16. Can Paul Ryan Keep the Manure Out of the House Barn?Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2015 | Roll Call

    Rep. Paul D. Ryan may agree with his conservative colleagues about the way the budget deal was cooked up - it "stinks," he told NBC News - but its passage sets the speaker-in-waiting up to tackle the multitude of challenges ahead. The budget agreement should give the new speaker some breathing space to foster an environment of empowering committees and members, at least until the beginning of December.


  17. US bill to block tribe's casino won't come to vote next weekRead the original story

    Oct 24, 2015 | KOLD-TV Tucson

    PHOENIX - A bill that would block a casino project now under construction on the west side of the Phoenix area won't come up for a routine approval in the U.S. House of Representatives as expected. The bill sponsored by Arizona Republican Reps.


  18. Photo Illustration by Emil Lendof/The Daily BeastLobbyists Pay $$$ to ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2015 | The Daily Beast

    The Tohono O'odham tribe wants to build a casino to support its community, but powerful forces in D.C. are spending millions to make sure it never happens. A thinly veiled attempt by the candidate's super PAC to win supporters and money by using the famous date and likenesses from the iconic sequel is raising the ire of its writer.


  19. Paul Gosar offers front-row view of American democracy to AAEC seniorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2015 | The Daily Courier

    Nanci Hutson/The Daily Courier Rep. Paul Gosar jokes with AAEC American government teacher Michael O'Boyle who arranged his visit on Monday Nanci Hutson The Daily Courier PRESCOTT VALLEY - Reality TV star and billionaire business mogul Donald Trump's presence in the 2016 Republican presidential race will likely prove more sizzle than substance. Former Democratic Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's political track record that has engendered public mistrust and is matched with a rub-you-the-wrong way personality will likely doom her race.


  20. Please Tell Kirkpatrick and McCain stop this mine at Oak Flat Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 19, 2015 | Daily Kos

    Brothers and sisters ... can we bring Arizona into the 21st century ? Can we all stand up for our Apache brothers and sisters and not allow the atrocity that is about to occur with the construction of the horrible and tragic Oak Flat mine on their sacred land? Our struggle against this modern day act of selfish cruelty is not just about the attempted construction of a horrible mine that will desecrate and poison our Native American brothers and sisters land that was introduced with a special interest piece of legislation in the middle of the night ... No, this effort is also about Arizona and whether or not she is in the 21st century ... with regards to human rights.