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Conrad

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  1. Conrad

    Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act

    Mr Speaker, I object to UC and yield.
  2. Conrad

    AUMF Repeal

    Mr President, It is sad that members on the other side of the aisle are attempting to politically charge the safety of American people. The AUMF is one of those pieces of legislation which gives the President discretion to take action against terrorists, and that's why it should remain how it is. We will be turning it into a political decision when it should be an executive one by the President, the Commander in Chief of our military. I yield.
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    AUMF Repeal

    Mr Speaker, I have great concern as to the intent of this House to repeal the Authorization for Use of Military Force, which currently enables the President, with the affirmation of Congress, to fight wars abroad against terrorists and those who would seek to do us harm. It is concerning that members on the other side of the aisle wish to see the fight against terrorism be left in an ultimate state of limbo by confirming their intent to repeal this authorization. We would be sending the wrong message to our allies and to our enemies. The United States should not and will not go soft. I yield.
  4. Mr Speaker, I object to unanimous consent and yield.
  5. Conrad

    AUMF Repeal

    Mr Speaker I move to table this piece of legislation I yield.
  6. Conrad

    @jsaunders

    I welcome the Presidents decision to unilaterally lower the visa refugee cap.
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    Michael Williams

    Attorney General-designate of the United States Former United States Attorney Former Constitutional Law Attorney Former District Attorney
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    Michael Williams (Republican)

    Character Name: Michael Williams Home State: Illinois Previous Job: Law (Lawyer, Judge, Law Enforcement, etc) Date of Birth: 05/04/1962 Race / Ethnicity: White Religion: Protestant Christian Wealth: Upper Class Gender: Male Sexuality: Heterosexual Are you married?: Yes How many children do you have?: 5 Attorney General-designate of the United States Former United States Attorney Former Constitutional Law Attorney Former District Attorney View full character
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    @jsaunders

    I voted against extending the VP nomination. We need to complete the line of succession quickly.
  10. "The House is currently considering the School Tobacco and Alcohol Restriction Act which I can't support. While I offered an amendment to the bill which would make it more than just a wall of text passed by Congress, that doesn't mean it earns my support. While the bill has good intentions, I don't believe that the federal government should be imposing such restriction on people throughout the country. This would be a gross step for the Congress to take in terms of our 10th Amendment. Which leaves certain powers and regulations up to the states. This is firmly an issue that the states should decide. Furthermore, like gun free zones around schools, I don't think this bill will do anything to actually stop anything. This is another reason why I oppose the premise of this piece of legislation. At most, I would agree that the Congress pass legislation to advise states on situations like the one the bill purports, not necessarily tell them what to do in their local communities and local businesses."
  11. John Saunders "The House is currently considering the School Tobacco and Alcohol Restriction Act which I can't support. While I offered an amendment to the bill which would make it more than just a wall of text passed by Congress, that doesn't mean it earns my support. While the bill has good intentions, I don't believe that the federal government should be imposing such restriction on people throughout the country. This would be a gross step for the Congress to take in terms of our 10th Amendment. Which leaves certain powers and regulations up to the states. This is firmly an issue that the states should decide. Furthermore, like gun free zones around schools, I don't think this bill will do anything to actually stop anything. This is another reason why I oppose the premise of this piece of legislation. At most, I would agree that the Congress pass legislation to advise states on situations like the one the bill purports, not necessarily tell them what to do in their local communities and local businesses." View full PR
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    School Tobacco and Alcohol Restriction Act

    Mr Speaker, I think there is a very stark and kindred difference between say a gang and tobacco products. Sure, we can regulate organized crime on a federal level for matters of public safety but surely we shouldn't be stepping on what shop people can and can't sell. The Gentleman from Colorado talks about our children, and he does it very valiantly and I commend him for that. Let's say this bill was signed into law, where is the enforcement mechanism? Who is to enforce this legislation? I fear we might pass something, which could be signed into law, that has no sense of direction and is simply more sentences and words added to the United States Code. I therefore move to amend by adding the following section and renumber accordingly: I yield..
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    School Tobacco and Alcohol Restriction Act

    Mr Speaker, I can see the good that this piece of legislation intends and that is why I urge our local governments to enact legislation regarding it. The Congress should not be telling a shop keep in Houston when he can or can't sell his products, this is overreach plain and simple. I yield.
  14. Conrad

    Joint Resolution to Condemn the AltRight

    Mr Speaker, The House of Representatives has better things to do with its time than consider unconstitutional motions which infringe on free speech and previous Supreme Court rulings. I urge the Majority Party to shift its focus away from unconstitutionality and move it onto meaningful domestic and foreign terrorism legislation. I yield.
  15. "I introduced in Congress today the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act which would bring into law provisions which bar any health professional from failing to protect that child and bring it into the world like any other child. The piece of legislation is decidedly pro-life which is what we need to see right now, supporting the conservative values we believe in. Anyone that otherwise violates the duty of care this bill imposes will face criminal prosecution and any action taken which results in the death of a child born-alive, from an abortion, will be liable for murder. I will always support my pro-life views and convictions."
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