Ted Cruz And His Position On Key Issues

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Ted Cruz and His Position on Key Issues History T ed Cruz has been a US senator for Texas since 2012. He taught as an adjunct professor at the University of Texas law school from 2004-2009. He served as the Texas Solicitor General (state lawyer before US Supreme Court) from 2003-2008. He worked five years as partner in a large law firm from 2008 to 2003. He held some prominent positions from 1999-2003 for the Federal Trade Commission, the United States Department of Justice, and the 2000 George W. Bush presidential campaign. He graduated from Harvard Law School in 1995 (Senate). Positions Cruz is well acquainted with the law, and is highly capable of defending causes he is committed to... He calls himself a defender of the constitution, and that may be well said as he has done 70 arguments in the US Supreme Court and authored 9 briefs defending or dealing with the constitution. His presidential plan is to roll back laws, and in sense time, to before the time when the government had defied the constitution (Ted). He holds many positions that are typical of extreme conservatives, such as his stance on the Affordable Care Act, which he would frankly like to repeal. Cruz is a staunch defender of 2nd amendment rights, the right to bear arms. His campaign website is a reflection of this position. One simple example is his fundraising page where there is a hunting section selling various camouflage colored apparel items labeled “Cruz 2016”. He will protect gun rights for the
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