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Controlling the Federal Government Through the States

August 17, 2017

Adam Kwasman explains the importance of limited government and discusses the upcoming Arizona Planning Convention.

Adam Kwasman is an economic consultant and former member of the Arizona House of Representatives.  As an advocate for freedom, Kwasman reflects on his political achievements and many of the pressing issues the country is currently facing.  He describes the significance of the Arizona Planning Convention, and why he believes it is integral to advancing the freedom agenda.

Kwasman began his political career when he was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 2012.  He served as the Vice Chairman on the Ways and Means Committee and also sat on the Appropriations and Commerce Committees.  During his term, he was given a 100% rating by the American Conservative Union as well as being named "Hero of the Taxpayer" by Americans for Prosperity.

In this podcast, Kwasman looks back on his political career and how he fought to preserve freedom and limit government intrusion at the local, state, and federal levels.  He describes the battles he fought in the Arizona legislature with both Democrats and Republicans on issues such as Medicaid expansion and taxes.  Kwasman also provides an in-depth analysis of the upcoming Arizona Planning Convention, and why he believes this is a pivotal moment for the nation.  He describes his support for the Arizona Planning Convention, and how it will promote the principles of federalism and limited government.

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