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Rep. David Stringer, Prescott

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Editorial: Majority condemn Stringer’s comments as racist; others say they’re true

Earlier this month, Prescott’s own Rep. David Stringer came under fire nationally after he gave a speech at the local Republican Men’s Forum on June 12. Critics, including the head of the Arizona Republican Party, deemed his comments so racist they called for his resignation.

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Arizona Republican Party calls on Rep. Stringer to resign

Citing his comments on immigrants and immigration, the Arizona Republican Party is calling on Rep. David Stringer to resign.

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Rep. Stringer: immigration an ‘existential threat’ to US

A first-term Prescott lawmaker is warning that immigration “represents an existential threat to the United States’’ and needs to be curtailed before the country is irrevocably altered.

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State to test regulated marijuana for mold, disease before sale

Rep. David Stringer, R-Prescott, pointed out that Arizona voters in 2010 made marijuana legal for medical use

Sometime next year medical marijuana users will get a guarantee of sorts that the drugs they are buying is both as good as they’ve been promised.

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Could the feds take your guns?

Rep. Stringer working to prevent that with new bill

A Prescott lawmaker is proposing changes in state law designed to protect the right of Arizonans to keep their weapons no matter what a future Congress decides.

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Rep. Stringer takes on sentencing reform

Teams with Democrat to buck odds, work to fix system

Two state lawmakers hope to do what has proven politically impossible for decades: Convince colleagues to consider sentencing reform.

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SB 1384: Student journalist bill clears roadblock

A bid to guarantee First Amendment rights to students journalists cleared a critical hurdle last week despite claims by some lawmakers that students aren’t responsible enough to handle them.