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Florida AG Pam Bondi Steps In – Sends Warning Letters To Florida Sec. Of State And FDLE Commissioner

POLITICS/teaparty (Gateway Pundit) – Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi put the Secretary of State and Florida Department of Law Enforcement ...

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Larry Klayman joins Gov. Scott in legal action, combats alleged vote fraud By Larry Klayman at Renew America I am a proud ...

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Dead Men Tell No Tales in Broward County: 3 Recent Whistleblowers Who Ended Up DEAD

Opening your mouth in Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s district has been proven to be quite hazardous to one’s health.  DEAN GARRISON — Freedom Outpost For ...

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According To NBC Nearly 200,000 Registered Florida Voters Were Non-Citizens In 2012- It’s Anybody’s Guess How Many There are in Broward County Today

Corruption 10/American Journal Review In 2012, the NBC affiliate in Miami quoted Florida officials as saying that nearly 200,000 registered voters in the state may not ...

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Fraud? Several Georgia Counties Reporting Thousands of New Votes. Cut GOP Lead.

BY CILLIAN ZEAL /WJ Just remember: You can never, ever call counting votes that mysteriously appear out of nowhere “voter fraud.” The number of ...

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CAUGHT ON VIDEO: FL Democrat Party Attorney Tells Laura Loomer – DESTROYING BALLOTS ISN’T FRAUD

Democrats, Politics 5/American Journal Review CAUGHT ON VIDEO: FL Democrat Party Attorney Tells Laura Loomer – DESTROYING BALLOTS ISN’T FRAUD. Leonard Samuels, a Florida Democrat lawyer, ...

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Will the Florida recounts put democracy at risk?

By Donald Wilfong at the Daily Torch In the Great State of Florida, there is a current outbreak of rampant voter ...

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The Math: It's Almost Certain That Rick Scott and Ron DeSantis Have Won in Florida

By Guy Benson at Townhall Amid the violations of law by Broward and Palm Beach County elections officials, the data provides apparent ...

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Treasury Can’t Go Wobbly When Sanctions Against Russians Are Starting to Hurt

Luke Coffey / @LukeDCoffey /The Daily Signal Russian President Vladimir Putin attends an event marking the 25th anniversary of Russia’s electoral system ...

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Watch Trump Flip The Script On Liberal Reporter Who Tried To Blame Him For Political Violence

American Journal Review When one liberal reporter accused President Donald Trump of encouraging supporters to carry out acts of violence against ...

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Rich States, Poor States

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Welcome to “Mike’s Memo,” an update on what’s happening in the 48th Legislative District, the State Capitol, and the progress of my legislative priorities. If you haven’t done so already, please take a few moments to visit my website atwww.senatorfolmer.com to learn more about issues that may affect you and your family.

Week of March 7, 2016

Rich States, Poor States A report was recently released comparing state economic competitiveness across the nation. This index analyzes policy choices made throughout the 50 states and how these decisions have impacted economic competitiveness among the states.

The study measures 15 policy variables. Under these variables, Pennsylvania’s economic performance rank was 39 of 50 and 41st in economic outlook. Here’s Pennsylvania’s

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State Rep Justin Simmons Weekly Report

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The Weekly Roundup Friday, March 04, 2016 The latest news from the State Capitol School Closures Part of Wolf’s Tax Strategy With several Pennsylvania school districts on the verge of closing due to Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget cut of $3 billion in state education funding, the administration has sent a school closing checklist to help schools shut their doors. That action is completely unnecessary as the governor has it within his power to ensure that schools are funded and stay open.When the General Assembly sent a budget to the governor’s desk in December, schools were set to receive a historic level of state aid, until the governor vetoed several education line items, including half of the allocation schools

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Update on Senator Tomlinson’s Conflict of Interest

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March 2, 2016

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Inside this issue • Update on Senator Tomlinson’s Conflict of Interest Update on Senator Tomlinson’s Conflict of Interest In early January, we noted the conflict of interest between Senator Tomlinson’s role in the legislature and professional life

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School Closures Part of Wolf’s Tax Strategy

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The Weekly Roundup Friday, March 04, 2016 The latest news from the State Capitol School Closures Part of Wolf’s Tax StrategyWith several Pennsylvania school districts on the verge of closing due to Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget cut of $3 billion in state education funding, the administration has sent a school closing checklist to help schools shut their doors. That action is completely unnecessary as the governor has it within his power to ensure that schools are funded and stay open.When the General Assembly sent a budget to the governor’s desk in December, schools were

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Budget Hearing Recap

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As a follow-up to my Budget Hearing Recap on Tuesday, below you will find videos from all of my Q&A sessions with department heads during this week’s budget hearings conducted by the Senate Appropriations Committee. Additionally, I have included highlights of topics covered by other members.

We will reconvene on Monday, March 7th for our final two days of hearings – 6 more left – so be sure to tune in at pasenategop.com to watch live. Also, follow me on Facebookand Twitter to get updates as they happen.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2016 Corrections/Probation and Parole

During the Department of Corrections budget hearing, I asked Secretary John Wetzel questions pertaining to the time-recording system used for their

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Qualification #1 for Effective Prayer – A Clean Heart

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Qualification #1 for Effective Prayer – A Clean Heart

Does your heart need to be cleaned? Could the condition of your heart be the reason God does not answer your prayers?

Over the next three weeks, Sam will answer these and other important questions regarding prayer. Please listen to and share this week’s 1-minute Stand in the Gap program as Sam identifies qualification #1 for an effective prayer life – a clean heart.”

The great Psalmist once wrote “Create in me a clean heart, O God.” (Psalm 51:10) Is this the cry of your heart?

For a 60-second investment of your time, and a 5-second Facebook post or Tweet, you will help your friends consider this vital question: Is

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For Immediate Release – From Senator Argall

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Senator Dave Argall

March 1, 2016

Argall finds ally in Aging Secretary on property tax elimination effort during state budget hearings

HARRISBURG – During the second week of Senate Appropriations Committee review of the state budget, Senator David G. Argall (R-Schuylkill/Berks) focused on two lines contained in the opening statement of Secretary Osborne’s testimony on behalf of the Department of Aging.

 

Secretary Osborne’s statement reads, “Pennsylvania’s seniors have worked hard to raise their families, build our communities and protect our country in times of crisis. They deserve to live their lives without fear of losing their home due to skyrocketing local property taxes […]”

 

During his line of questioning, Argall honed in on

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Budget Hearings Recap

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I would like to begin this email with an important matter – last week Governor Wolf disclosed that he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer – Governor Wolf reported that his cancer was detected in the early stages and that he would be under-going treatments – although Governor Wolf and I do not agree on many issues – I want to take this opportunity to wish Governor Wolf a full and speedy recovery.

Yesterday the PA Senate Appropriations Committee held budget hearings for the Department of Corrections, Department of Transportation (Penn-DOT) and the Department of Labor & Industry – this email will detail the findings and observations of the hearings.

If you are interested in watching the next two weeks of hearings live, be

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