House Votes to Scrutinize Foreign Land Leases

June 1999
Human Events;06/04/99, Vol. 55 Issue 21, p23
Announces the passing of the American Land Sovereignty Protection Act by the United States House on May 20, 1999. Sponsor of the legislation; Legislators for and against the bill.


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