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Rep. Pearce got 400 e-mails today (access required)

Rep. Russell Pearce, R-18, spent the afternoon at home watching the march on TV. He told an Arizona Capitol Times reporter that today he received more than 400 e-mails about the protest. “The public is not happy,” he said. He blames the U.S. Congress. He said the problem stems from the 1986 decision by Congress to ...

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