Wein says, "This is only if we are speaking of federal capital crimes. I do not believe the Constitution of the United States allows the federal government to dictate state law."
Wein says, "This is only if we are speaking of federal crimes. I do not believe the Constitution of the United States allows the federal government to dictate state law. I support Flat-time Sentencing with Severe Restrictions on Parole and Probation."
Wein says, "This decision is constitutionally reserved for the states & the People. It also pr"
Status: Conf Rpt Agreed to Y)59; N)40; NV)1
Wein says, "This decision is constitutionally reserved for the states & the People. Every person has a right to a day in court especially if it involves an issue applicable to a whole class. Today, it seems only the rich and t"
Status: Veto Overridden Y)68; N)30; P)1
Wein says, "This decision is constitutionally reserved for the states & for the People."
Status: Motion to Table Agreed to Y)64; N)36
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