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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Nick Dranias
The Glendale City Council has voted to pay the NHL $25 million in arena operating costs to keep the Phoenix Coyotes in Arizona for another season while the prolonged attempt to sell the troubled franchise goes on.
With efforts to repeal the health care law stalling on Capitol Hill, Republican lawmakers in states across the country are turning to another tool in the Constitution to try to limit the law's reach — interstate compacts.
“The decision strongly suggests that the constitutionality of NSA mass surveillance will turn on whether or not such surveillance is a search,” said Nick Dranias, constitutional policy director at the Goldwater Institute, a public interest litigation group opposing federal overreach.
"You could effectively block the enforcement of many, many federal laws. Not just the individual mandate, but you could devise this to block all sorts of regulations promulgated by the EPA, or gun regulations by the ATF," he said.