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  1. Lawmakers ask FTC to probe solar panel salesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Washington Examiner

    A dozen Republican lawmakers have asked the Federal Trade Commission to look into whether deceptive practices are being used to market federally subsidized solar panels. The legislators said there was evidence that homeowners were entering into long-term contracts with solar panel companies, unaware that the solar panels were actually reducing the value of their homes.

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  2. December 22, 2014 - Lawmakers voice concerns about solar leasing...Read the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Public Power

    Voicing concerns about the possibility of third party leasing companies utilizing deceptive marketing tactics, a group of Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives is asking the head of the Federal Trade Commission to answer a number of questions related to solar leasing activity. "Given the rapid expansion of the rooftop solar industry, we wish to call your attention to the emergence of third-party leases for rooftop solar systems," the lawmakers wrote in their Dec. 12 letter to Edith Ramirez, chairwoman of the FTC.

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  3. President signs bill changing Miller Valley post office name to honor Barry GoldwaterRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 21 | The Daily Courier

    "I am happy to see the president sign my bill honoring Barry Goldwater into law without delay. Designating a post office in the same town where Senator Goldwater announced his candidacy for President of the United States is a fitting tribute to an exemplary man," Gosar said in a statement about H.R. 3027.

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  4. Land Theft & The IndigenousRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Daily Kos

    I observe that history is not merely repeated, but rather, continued. Contemporary perpetrators of racial crimes appear to study past crimes, learn from them, then learn how to perpetrate these crimes more affectively.

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  5. How Native Americans have shaped the year's biggest environmental debatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | High Country News

    This September, hundreds of thousands of Native Americans began receiving checks in the mail. The money was the final installment of the , which altogether paid out $3.4 billion in overdue royalties to compensate for more than a century of poorly managed mining on reservations.

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  6. McCain: A-10 will live on; Fort Huachuca will growRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | KTVK Phoenix

    Sen. John McCain says there is a bright future in store for the two southern Arizona military bases. McCain and Sen. Jeff Flake along with Rep. Paul Gosar, all Republicans, visited Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson and three other installations on Thursday.

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  7. McCain: I think A-10s will be part of fighter jet fleet for a long timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Stars and Stripes

    The two Republican U.S. senators from Arizona visited four military installations in the state on Thursday and offered assurances that the installations will play a key role in national defense in the future. During a visit to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Sen. John McCain said the future of the A-10 Warthog, an attack aircraft, is safe despite Air Force calls that it be retired to free up money for the F-35, a more modern and expensive fighter jet.

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  8. AZ delegation to visit military installationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | ABC15.com

    The Republican senators will be accompanied by Reps. Trent Franks, Paul Gosar and Matt Salmon.

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  9. Congress clears way for copper mine in ArizonaRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | KOLD-TV Tucson

    SUPERIOR, Ariz. - The U.S. Senate has signed off on a provision in the defense bill to clear the way for the creation of North America's largest copper mine in southeastern Arizona.

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  10. News Flash: CIA Director Speaks Out, Black Congressional Staffers...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Uprisingradio.org

    ... Indigenous communities have sovereign lands. It was a fact seemingly lost on Arizona's Republican Representative Paul Gosar, who at a recent town hall meeting, referred to Native Americans as "wards of the state." The phrase offended Tribal leaders. ...

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  11. Congressional deal could compromise sacred Arizona Indian landRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | KTAR

    A land deal tacked on to a major defense spending bill in Congress, along with insensitive comments made by a congressman involved in the deal, are causing some controversy in Arizona. The Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act passed the House as part of the 2015 National Defense Authorization Act and would hand over 2,400 acres of federally protected land in the Tonto National Forest to a mining company in exchange for land elsewhere.

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  12. Conservatives Slam House-Passed Omnibus BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | News Max

    Late Thursday night, the House narrowly passed a $1.1 trillion spending bill to keep the government funded for the next fiscal year, but passage was only secured after the Republican leadership reached out to the White House for help, a move which rankled conservatives. "It stinks to high heaven.

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  13. Arizona rep. offends Native Americans by calling them 'wards of federal govt'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Russia Taday

    In an Arizona community meeting, Rep. Paul Gosar made a controversial remark that offended Native Americans in attendance and across the country when he called them 'wards of the federal government'. The Republican representative, as well as one of his Democratic counterparts, Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, held a roundtable discussion in the northern Arizona city of Flagstaff.

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  14. High drama as $1.1T spending package advances by one voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | The Hill

    The House on Thursday narrowly passed a rule to set up debate on the $1.1 trillion "cromnibus" government funding bill, in a dramatic vote that for several minutes was on the brink of failing. By a razor-thin margin of 214-212, the House advances to debating the underlying appropriations bill to avoid a government shutdown at midnight.

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  15. Sticking a sneaky swap of Apache land in a 1,600-page defense bill isn't a law, it's larcencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | OpEdNews

    As House Republicans were grilling MIT Economist Jonathan Gruber for his arrogant, caustic comments about how dumb Americans are, along with his semantics involving Obamacare being worded so confusingly that it's almost indecipherable to a Ph.D. in Linguistics; and while Sen. John McCain on Tuesday, Dec. 9, gave such an emotionally charged speech to his peers and the national, mainstream, news networks about the CIA's use of torture tactics having "stained our national honor, did much harm, and little practical good," there's a big selloff of 2,400 acres of sacred ceremonial lands owned by the Apaches that federal legislators are banking on transforming into a monstrous copper mine.

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  16. Congressman's Native American remark causes outcryRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | The Navajo Times

    The Arizona Republican was responding to concerns from Phil Stago of the White Mountain Apache Tribe when he made the comment that stunned people at the round-table talk. Stago said the phrase is antiquated and ignores advances made in tribes managing their own affairs and seeking equal representation when it comes to projects proposed on land they consider sacred.

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  17. Floor Drama: Boehner Embarrassment As House Nearly Kills Omnibus On Procedural VoteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Breitbart.com

    The final vote on Speaker John Boehner's 1,603-page, more than $1 trillion omnibus spending bill is in jeopardy after members almost killed the bill on the rule. A total of 214 members voted for it, less than the majority of members in the House, but since all members weren't voting, the 212 against the rule wasn't enough to kill it.

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  18. Arizona rep. offends Native Americans by calling them 'wards of the federal gov'tRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Canadian Content

    In an Arizona community meeting, Rep. Paul Gosar made a controversial remark that offended Native Americans in attendance and across the country when he called them 'wards of the federal government'. The Republican representative, as well as one of his Democratic counterparts, Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, held a roundtable discussion in the northern Arizona city of Flagstaff.

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  19. Rep. Paul Gosar: Congress Won't Pass $1.1 Trillion Spending BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | News Max

    The elephantine spending bill that leaders of Congress hope to push through within hours to avoid any government stoppage will not become law, Republican Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona predicted on Newsmax TV Thursday. Gosar told "MidPoint" host Ed Berliner that just getting enough votes in the House for a basic procedural step toward a final budget was excruciatingly close - never mind passing the actual $1.1 trillion package referred to as the "Cromnibus."

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  20. The Heroes in the House of RepresentativesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | RedState

    So I cannot include him. But here are the House Republicans who stood up to their House Republican Leaders.

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