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Control of the Border

by Candice Miller on June 5, 2012

Monday, June 4, 2012 Miller seeks to plug holes in border By Chad Selweski Macomb Daily From her perch as chair of the House Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, Rep. Candice Miller is determined to repair a security operation on the U.S.-Canada border that is riddled with holes and, according to officials, presents […]

A solemn honor

by Candice Miller on June 4, 2012

Romeo Observer Above, a crowd of about 300 people joined U.S. Congresswoman Candice Miller in bowing their heads to the fallen heroes on Monday during Romeo’s Memorial Day celebration at the Romeo Cemetery. “The spirit of democracy is understood by no one better than our veterans,” said Miller. The ceremony followed a short parade […]

House calls on DHS to develop border control plan

by Candice Miller on June 4, 2012

By Pete Kasperowicz – The Hill The House voted to require the Department of Homeland Security to develop a plan to control the southwest U.S. border in five years. Members approved the Secure Border Act, H.R. 1299, by voice vote after a brief debate in which no one raised opposition. Rep. Candice Miller (R-Mich.), […]

WGRT U.S. Representative Candice Miller (MI-10) this past Saturday took part in the Lexington Arts Council and Sanilac Community Foundation collaborative benefit show featuring the Blues Brotherhood and presented the Lexington Arts Council with a number of classical sheet music books.  Rep. Miller obtained the sheet music from the Library of Congress’ book donation […]

House orders solid base line on border

by Candice Miller on May 31, 2012 Seeks new measurement for illegal immigration control When the Obama administration scrapped the old definition for measuring border security two years ago, it left the government without any way of measuring how much of the U.S.-Mexico border is under operational control. On Wednesday, the House pushed back, approving a bill demanding that the Homeland […]