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“Dennis Richardson supported proof of citizenship laws”

News from Oregon: Republican Dennis Richardson has in two straight elections asked voters to look past his record as a former six-term legislator representing a conservative, Southern Oregon district. “The social issues have been resolved,” Richardson said at a forum … Continue reading ?
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