Frank Riggs on Immigration
Former Republican Representative (CA-1)
Invest in fencing and additional border resources
Fred DuVal: The presumptive Democratic nominee sees border security as a national issue, promising to take up the issue with the federal government and continue to push the Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill.
Frank Riggs, Republican: The veteran and former police officer says he will also invest in fencing and providing additional resources to border sheriffs.
the heads of smugglers, providing amnesty to informants, and legalizing marijuana to reduce cartel profits.
Source: Arizona Republican on 2014 Arizona gubernatorial race
, Jul 7, 2014
No "parole in place" amnesty
I will assert Arizona's constitutional prerogatives and primary responsibilities for K-12 public education and healthcare for the poor. I'm strongly opposed to the "Obamanization" of Arizona and initiatives like ObamaCare,
Common Core, "parole in place" amnesty, and job-killing EPA regulatory mandates on our resource-based industries.
Source: 2014 AZ Gubernatorial campaign website RiggsForAZGov.com
, Jul 2, 2014
Voted NO on more immigrant visas for skilled workers.
Vote to pass a bill to increase the number of temporary visas granted to highly skilled workers from 65,000 to 115,000 by the year 2000.
Reference: Bill introduced by Smith, R-TX.;
Bill HR 3736
; vote number 1998-460
on Sep 24, 1998
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