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Democrats decry Republican bill banning foreign land investment in Texas as racist

The Bryan Eagle 27 Jan 2023
Lois Kolkhorst, a Brenham Republican, would prevent any members of Wu’s family who did not emigrate lawfully, as well as citizens, businesses and governments from China, Iran, North Korea or Russia from buying land in Texas — a proposal raising the ire of Wu and others ... Kolkhorst has not explained how she picked China, Iran, North Korea and Russia.
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Texas lawmakers push back against bill banning Chinese, North Korean land purchases

Herald Banner 27 Jan 2023
AUSTIN — Members of several Texas caucuses and legislative groups pushed back against a senate bill that seeks to ban governments, citizens and businesses from China, North Korea, Iran and Russia from buying land in Texas ... Suleman Lalani, D-Sugar Land. “We are the neighbors and friends. We are the doctors. We are the entrepreneurs. We are the taxpayers.
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ACCLAIMS: BISD wellness app, all-state selections, bill banning some foreign ownership

The Facts 27 Jan 2023
Lois Kolkhorst, R-Brenham, that would ban citizens, governments and entities from China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from purchasing land in Texas is politically popular but distasteful ... “The time to address adversarial countries acquiring land is before it becomes widespread, ...
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Move to shut out property buyers sparks backlash

China Daily 26 Jan 2023
That's when Texas Governor Greg Abbott tweeted that he would sign a bill "to ban citizens, governments & entities of China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from purchasing land in Texas" ... Iran, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and Russia from purchasing property in Texas.
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TEXAS DIGEST

Waco Tribune-Herald 26 Jan 2023
... from four countries, including China, from buying Texas land. Filed in November, Senate Bill 147 would ban citizens, governments and entities from China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from purchasing land here, which Republicans have said will help stem foreign influence in Texas.
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State Senator's View: Minnesota leading the fight for reproductive freedom, justice

Duluth News Tribune 25 Jan 2023
For us and for generations to come, in our communities and our nation, the North Star State is leading the way ... On abortion, Minnesota could end up like North Korea ... Because of this bill, Minnesota’s abortion policy will be closer aligned to countries like North Korea and China than France, the United Kingdom, and the rest of the western world.
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Kim unchained heralds new nuclear war reality

Asiatimes 24 Jan 2023
This dynamic was bookended by North Korea’s new nuclear weapons law in September (which refers to Pyongyang’s ... North Korea launched a ballistic missile over Japan that landed in the Pacific Ocean, the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) of Japan, about 3,000 kilometers east of Japan.
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North Korea documentary praises its pandemic management

La Prensa Latina 24 Jan 2023
Seoul, Jan 24 (EFE).- A documentary broadcast by North Korea’s state media praised the country’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, an “unprecedented event” that led to a total closure of its borders ... North Korea sealed its land, sea and air borders on Jan.
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Bill to ban Chinese citizens and government from buying Texas land gains steam among Republicans

Democratic Underground 24 Jan 2023
Lois Kolkhorst, Senate Bill 147 would ban citizens, governments and entities from China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from purchasing land here, part of what she and other Republicans have said will help stem foreign influence in Texas.
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Texas bill to ban Chinese and Russians from purchasing land gains GOP support

Colorado Springs Gazette 24 Jan 2023
Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) is the latest supporter of a Texas Senate bill that would ban citizens from China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran from purchasing land in the state ....
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Texas bill could ban Chinese, North Koreans, Iranians and Russians from buying land

New York Post 21 Jan 2023
Lawmakers in the Lone Star State are considering a bill that would ban individuals and business entities from China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from buying land in Texas ... A bill is filed in Texas legislature to ban citizens, governments & entities of China, Iran, North Korea & Russia from purchasing land in Texas.
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Russia's Wagner group a transnational criminal organisation, US says

The National 21 Jan 2023
The White House also released newly declassified images that apparently show a weapons delivery from North Korea to Wagner, in an attempt to counter Pyongyang's denial of the delivery. Russia and North Korea share a 17-kilometre land border and the two countries have a connecting train line ... ....
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Q&A: FedEx founder, veteran Fred Smith offers unusual gift

The Bismarck Tribune 16 Jan 2023
Jesse Brown, the first Black man to be a pilot in the Navy, and another naval aviator, Tom Hudner, flew together in a mission near the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea in 1950 ... Hudner returned to North Korea in 2013 in an attempt to locate Brown's remains, and Smith and Brown's family continue the search.
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New bill would ban certain foreign entities from purchasing land in Texas

Killeen Daily Herald 15 Jan 2023
(The Center Square) – A bill has been filed in the Texas legislature that would ban citizens, governments and entities of China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from purchasing land in Texas ... China, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria, Russia and Venezuela.

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