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Proposed bill would release information about civil rights cold cases

By Sens. Ted Cruz and Doug Jones | Oct 30, 2018

The civil rights movement gave millions of people a new share in the American Dream. Tragically, many violent crimes committed against black families struggling for equality during this time remain unsolved.

Worried about the composition of the Supreme Court, two reforms might ease your angst

By Mike Thompson Jr. | Jul 24, 2018

As the Senate begins another round of debates on whether to appoint a Presidential nominee to the high court, the country deserves a continued debate on the proper role of the courts in our republic. During the last Presidential election Donald Trump campaigned on appointing judges who would follow in the mold of Antonin Scalia. In recent times, the democrats have argued that judges should apply something of an empathy standard when interpreting the constitution, creating a sort of living constitution to keep up with the times.

Opinion: Stop the Next Internet Power Grab

By By Sen. Ted Cruz and Michael O’Rielly | Nov 29, 2017

The internet has changed how we communicate, engage in commerce and live our lives. It not only provides a platform that can be used to promote free speech, but serves as a great equalizer when it comes to jobs and opportunity by dramatically reducing the barriers of entry for anyone with a new idea and broadband connection.

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