Florida AG Urges Biden To Demand Action From Mexico Counterpart To Combat Fentanyl Crisis

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Called On Biden To “Confront Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador” And “Demand Action” To Stop The Flow Of Illicit Fentanyl Being Brought Into The U.S. From Mexico By The Sinaloa Cartel And Its Gang Affiliates.

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Florida Files SCOTUS Brief Ahead Of Oral Arguments Over DHS Not Deporting Violent Criminal Aliens

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Filed A Brief With The U.S. Supreme Court In Support Of A Lawsuit Filed By Texas And Louisiana Seeking To Halt A Department Of Homeland Security Policy That Limited Federal Agents From Detaining And Deporting Dangerous Criminal Aliens…

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Senator Blackburn, Colleagues Warn Of Deadly Rainbow Fentanyl Targeting Children This Halloween

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn Along With Republican Colleagues Released A PSA Video Warning Parents About Deadly Rainbow Fentanyl, Which Is Trafficked Into The United States By Mexican Cartels To Target Children.

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Border Chief Directs Agents To Release Foreign Nationals En Masse Into U.S. When Title 42 Ends

In Anticipation Of Increased Border Encounters After The Title 42 Health Authority Is Lifted, U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz Instructed Agents To Release Noncitizens Into The U.S. Because There Would Not Be Enough Space To Detain Them.

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Poll: Majority Of Americans Say U.S. Is Being Invaded At The Southern Border

More Than Half Of Americans Surveyed In A New NPR/Ipsos Poll, 54%, Say It’s Either Completely Or Somewhat True That The U.S. Is Being Invaded At The Southern Border.

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Former Democratic Judges Declare Invasion, Now Run For Reelection As Republicans In Texas Border Communities

Two Life-Long Democrats Are Now Running For Judicial Reelection As Republicans In Texas Border Communities. Both Women Say They Are Fighting Against The Biden Administration’s Open Border Policies That They Argue Are Wreaking Havoc In Their Small Communities.

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Knox And Anderson County Overdoses Greatly Increased In 2021

According To The 2021 Drug-Related Death Report For Knox And Anderson Counties, Produced By The Knox County Regional Forensic Center, The Number Of Overdose Deaths In Knox County Increased By 29% And By 67% In Anderson County Last Year. These Percentages Are On Top Of A 41% Increase In Knox County In 2020 And A 81% Increase In Anderson County The Same Year.

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