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Pearce seeks to deny citizenship to children of illegals

Pearce’s proposal, which has yet to be drafted as legislation, may target the right of citizenship now granted to children born here under a wide set of circumstances. His goal, he said, was to stop wasting taxpayer money on people who shouldn’t be classified as citizens and, therefore, don’t deserve the services of the government.

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Kagan needs to explain stance on military recruitment

Shortly after becoming dean of Harvard Law School, Elena Kagan kicked the military out of the school’s recruitment office while our troops were putting their lives on the line in two wars overseas. Now that President Obama has nominated Kagan to the Supreme Court, her actions at Harvard must be closely examined.

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10 most significant bills of 2010

Not every bill signed into law in 2010 was deemed worthy of the international attention that followed S1070, but many others were significant in their own right. Through the regular session and three special sessions, lawmakers introduced more than 1,200 bills, 355 of which were signed.

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