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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Gregg Phillips
With voter-ID laws and other reforms taking center stage, a conservative group said Wednesday it is launching a new super PAC to fund state secretary of state candidates willing to go toe-to-toe with Democrats and defend more rigorous voter roll rules and stiffer election requirements.
"Nonsense," he said. "We're trying to suppress the dead-people vote. We're trying to suppress non-citizens."
"Get in the game. We were literally asleep at the wheel," said Gregg Phillips, head of the PAC. "There hasn't been a real effort on our side to support these folks."