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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Gary Peters
Democrat Michelle Nunn happily notes that she'd be Georgia's first elected female senator.
Pressing his economic case in an election year, President Barack Obama came to Michigan on Wednesday to praise the state's ongoing effort to raise the minimum wage - and to accuse Republicans who oppose that step in Michigan and in Congress of standing in the way of prosperity for millions of Americans.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Gary Peters on Thursday pressed Republican Terri Lynn Land on Michigan's new abortion insurance law, saying she should come out of her "bunker" and say if she supports it.
After relentlessly criticizing Democrat Gary Peters for his support of the federal health care law, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land is outlining her own ideas about health care while also embracing some elements of the four-year-old law.
Like a cornered animal, Democrats threatened by Obamacare are turning vicious. One Democratic congressman, now running for the U.S. Senate, last week threatened to use a federal agency to drive a television station out of business if it allowed a cancer patient to share her story of how Obamacare took away her insurance.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Gary Peters of Bloomfield Township said an open drain allowed runoff from the piles to seep into the Great Lakes watershed during storms.
"We need to make sure that we continue to make these kinds of investments," Peters said.