Capitol Report (July 1): Arizona Invests Record Amount on Border Security; Adversaries Eye US Farmland

After calling on Congress to scrap the filibuster to codify Roe, President Joe Biden admitted there won’t be enough votes to do so. This, as he again tries to warn Americans against voting Republican in November, while others say his push will not succeed.

Arizona’s governor has just signed the most expensive border security legislation in Arizona’s history. A record $564 million is being allocated.

Former Trump administration official Ken Cuccinelli joins us to discuss the Supreme Court’s decision to reverse the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy and what it actually means moving forward.

With China eying and purchasing vast amounts of U.S. agriculture infrastructure, a new bill in Congress aims to protect U.S. farmland and food supply from foreign adversaries. It would prevent Chinese firms from buying up U.S. farmland.

China’s covert influence in the United States: How close to home have the Chineses Communist Party’s tactics come to your town and local government? A former intel official warns it’s much closer than you might think.

Heading into the 4th of July celebrations, how accessible will fireworks be due to supply chain issues and how much will they cost?

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