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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Allison Haley
"Jack Conway was in favor of the Bush tax cuts when they first passed [in 2001 and 2003], and he's in favor of extending the Bush tax cuts now," said spokeswoman Allison Haley.
Conway spokeswoman Allison Haley suggested as much in a campaign statement that in part said, "The successful fundraising effort on the heels of winning the primary is a clear message that voters want a senator who will bring accountability to Wall Street and Washington."