In a move sure to pour fuel on the fiery debate over what states should do with illegal immigrants, one Texas lawmaker says she has an idea. She says the illegals should be dropped off at the nearest U.S. Senator or Congressman's office.
In Austin, critics hope to slow down a fast-tracked bill supporters say will strengthen the rights of property owners facing eminent domain proceedings that sailed through the Senate this week by a 31-0 vote.
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