Statements about Legal Issues
"What is and isn't a Schedule I narcotic is a job for Congress."
Florida shelled out more money for drug testing than it saved by denying welfare benefits to people who tested positive for drugs.
"Over half of the young people" in medical, dental and law schools are women.
President Barack Obama’s judicial appointments for Georgia and the region were drafted in secret and not vetted by legal groups among the president’s supporters.
Obama unilaterally announced he was delaying employer mandate "through a blog post by a mid-level bureaucrat at the Department of Treasury."
"The Obama administration has used the Espionage Act to go after whistleblowers who leaked to journalists ... more than all previous administrations combined."
"Under the Espionage Act, (Edward Snowden would not be) allowed to come into court and say ‘I was justified in disclosing this information.’ There is no whistleblower exception in the Espionage Act."
"Earlier this year, [John DePetro] was accused of sexually assaulting a female co-worker."
"Obamacare Medical Codes Confirm: Execution by Beheading To Be Implemented in America."
"By using a little-known loophole ... Obama minions are allowing Nestle Company to export precious fresh water out of Lake Michigan."
"Defensive medicine costs Georgia up to $14 billion a year."
"Macy's sent a letter to Rick Perry urging him to veto" equal pay bill.
"Under Mayor Cicilline, [Providence] was a sanctuary city."
"If you survey, most (North Carolina) Democrats also agree with our (election) laws and voter ID."
"Florida sheriffs unequivocally support" the "stand your ground" law.
"Local law enforcement . . . will have access to the [Obamacare] Data Hub’s treasure trove of personal info."
President Barack Obama "had the legal authority" to strike Syria without a vote from Congress.
"The House did vote against engagement in Kosovo, and Bill Clinton kept fighting anyway. And, then, ultimately, a vote did pass."
A proposed San Antonio ordinance will allow men into women’s restrooms in the city.
The R.I. Turnpike and Bridge Authority "was supposed to exist only until the bonds used to build the Newport Bridge were paid off through tolls. Once the bonds were paid, the Newport Bridge was to be transferred to the State of Rhode Island and become toll-free."
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