Madison Project Calls on U.S. Senate To Skip Recess And Do Its Job

Thursday, February 5th, 2015 and is filed under Blog

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For Immediate Release

February 5, 2015



Madison Project Calls for U.S. Senate to Skip Recess 

“Stay in session until U.S. House DHS bill is passed.”     

Fort Worth, TX – The Madison Project PAC, released the following statement today regarding the immigration debate in the U.S. Senate:


“The U.S. Senate must keep their promise and fight President Obama’s executive amnesty,” said Drew Ryun of the Madison Project. “Many Republican Senators have decried the abuse of the Obama Administration in attempting to circumvent their legislative power with the President’s actions regarding amnesty. This is their chance to back their words with action. The House has done its job and the message from the American people is very clear – they need to pass the U.S. House DHS bill that ends the unlawful action by this president and they should forgo recess to do it.


“It’s evident that the leadership of the Senate has been content to rely more on rhetoric than action and that must come to an end.  Executive amnesty will put our country on a dangerous path and it must be stopped.  Senate leaders vowed to stop this action so now is their chance. America’s voters are expecting them to deliver.”


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