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DavidHoch4MNAG18Aug10

DavidHoch4MNAG18Aug10

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MN David Hoch4MNAG exposes the States Nonfeasance,Malfeasance,Misfeasance re: Indian Affairs,
MN David Hoch4MNAG exposes the States Nonfeasance,Malfeasance,Misfeasance re: Indian Affairs,

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Celebrating 90 years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing women theright to vote DAVID HOCH CANDIDATE MNAG AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE VIA E-COMMERCE
 
Thurs.19Aug2010
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
To State of Minnesota, All Agencies DFL Lori Swansonwww.ag.state.mn.us, public at large
 
Compliments to Hon. Mark Ritchie Forensic Files online ie: Blue BookATTORNEY GENERAL CANDIDATE David J. Hoch
 
www.theresourceparty.org CLAIMS STATE OF MINNESOTA BROKE THE LAW
 
http://www.sos.state.mn.us/index.aspx?page=148pg. 237
The governor shall reside within said Territory; shall be commander-in-chief of the militia thereof; shall perform the duties and receive the emoluments of superintendent of Indian affairs.=
Emoluments clause - MicroWiki
 The Emoluments clause, US Constitution Article I, Section 9, Clause 8 (art. I, § 9, cl. 8), provides:micronations.wikia.com/wiki/Emoluments_clause-Cached -Similar 
 
David Hoch, Linda Eno, and Howard Hanson
 
Whitepaper on Party and Platform
 
The Resource Party's Platform PlanksCandidate Profiles Tuesday 17 August 2010 Contact: David J. Hoch, Cell: (651) 399-8893
 
 
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St. Paul, MN - Today, David J. Hoch, Resource Party Candidate for Attorney General of Minnesota,served upon current MN Attorney General Lori Swanson’s office a Minnesota Data Practices Actrequest for all documents involving the MN Attorney General’s Office and relating to MN Statute3.9221.Mr. Hoch believes the state of Minnesota violated MN Statute 3.9221 when it negotiated theexisting TRIBAL-STATE COMPACTS FOR THE REGULATION OF CLASS III GAMING IN MINNESOTA. Asevidence, Mr. Hoch points to the language of this statute, which reads:
 
3.9221 INDIAN TRIBES; COMPACTS TO BE NEGOTIATED.
 
Subdivision 1.Definition.Subdivision 1.Definition.Subdivision 1.Definition.Subdivision 1.Definition.
 
For purposes of this section, "act" means the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, PublicLaw 100-497, and future amendments to it.
 
Subd. 2.Negotiations authorized.Subd. 2.Negotiations authorized.Subd. 2.Negotiations authorized.Subd. 2.Negotiations authorized.
 
The governor or the governor's designated representatives shall, pursuant to section11 of the act, negotiate in good faith a tribal-state compact regulating the conduct of classIII gambling, as defined in section 4 of the act, on Indian lands of a tribe requestingnegotiations. The agreement may include any provision authorized under section 11(d)(3)(C) of the act. The attorney general is the legal counsel for the governor or the governor'srepresentatives in regard to negotiating a compact under this section. If the governorappoints designees to negotiate under this subdivision, the designees must include at leasttwo members of the senate and two members of the house of representatives, two of whommust be the chairs of the senate and house of representatives standing committees with jurisdiction over gambling policy.
 
Hoch further quotes from the state of Minnesota’s very own websitehttp://archive.leg.state.mn.us/docs/2004/other/040480.pdf 
 
the following:
 
Minnesota was the first state to enter into negotiations with Native AmericanMinnesota was the first state to enter into negotiations with Native AmericanMinnesota was the first state to enter into negotiations with Native AmericanMinnesota was the first state to enter into negotiations with Native Americangovernments followinggovernments followinggovernments followinggovernments following
 
the passage of IGRA. The 1989 Legislature instructed Governor Perpich to appoint athe passage of IGRA. The 1989 Legislature instructed Governor Perpich to appoint athe passage of IGRA. The 1989 Legislature instructed Governor Perpich to appoint athe passage of IGRA. The 1989 Legislature instructed Governor Perpich to appoint athreethreethreethree----membermembermembermember
 
negotiating team (consisting of Senator Ron Dicklich, Representative Becky Kelso, andnegotiating team (consisting of Senator Ron Dicklich, Representative Becky Kelso, andnegotiating team (consisting of Senator Ron Dicklich, Representative Becky Kelso, andnegotiating team (consisting of Senator Ron Dicklich, Representative Becky Kelso, andDepartment ofDepartment ofDepartment ofDepartment of
 
Revenue attorney Dorothy McClung).Revenue attorney Dorothy McClung).Revenue attorney Dorothy McClung).Revenue attorney Dorothy McClung).
 
This was in direct violation of MN Statute 3.9221. Further, former Governor Perpich then executed(signed) these Compacts into law, without securing the Legislative Authority to do such. In fact, noMinnesota Governor has ever been granted the Legislative Authority to
execute
any GamingCompact."
 
/s/ David Hoch
 
Disclaimer: Sharon Anderson4MNAG may have lost the Election but We the People must win theWar.
 
 
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Please assist with your knowledge to help Candidates Enforce our Laws,Constitutional Guarantees
 
"Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the executive power and authority in and over saidTerritory of Minnesotashall be vested in a governor, who shall hold his office for four years, and until his successor shallbe appointed andqualified, unless sooner removed by the president of the United States. The governor shall residewithin saidTerritory;
shall be commander-in-chief of the militia thereof; shall perform the dutiesand receive the emoluments of superintendent of Indian affairs.
He may grant pardons for offenses against the law of saidTerritory, and reprievesfor offenses against the laws of the United States until the decision of the president can be madeknown thereon; heshall commission all officers who shall be appointed to office under the laws of the said Territory,and shall takecare that the laws be faithfully executed.Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That there shall be a secretary of said Territory2NFjv
 
Minnesota Office of the Secretary of State : Minnesota's Federally ... 
Sec of State Web Sitehttp://www.sos.state.mn.us/index.aspx?page=855Pleaseread Legislative Manual ie: Blue Book for our heritage pg.
Oct 6, 2009 ... 2009-2010 Minnesota Legislative Manual (Blue Book) ... rights of self-governmentand entitlement to certain federal benefits, services, ... The chief executive of a tribe is generallycalled the tribal chairperson, ...
www.sos.state.mn.us › ... › Chapter 8 Tribal Government 
-Cached-Similar  Disclosure: Public Notice to Minnesota Citizens When Public Officials refuse to enforce theLaw,State and Federal Constitutions, then We the People must.
 
PLease forward,circulate, trigger investigations as to Why the DFL State AG Lori Swanson is notenforcing the Laws, Constitutional Guarantees or in conflict with the Governor's Wish's?
 
https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?id=8.01
 https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?topic=404398 
1995 8.01 Amended1Sp1995 c 1 art 2 s 1 https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?id=8.01  The
Minnesota Attorney General
is thestate Attorney Generalof theU.S. stateofMinnesota. The Attorney General is the state's chief legal officerand is anexecutiveposition elected by the voters for a four-year term. The Office of the Minnesota Attorney General represents and provideslegal adviceto over 100 agencies, boards, and commissions ofthegovernment of Minnesota. The Office represents the state instateandfederal court, as well as inadministrative adjudicationand rulemakinghearings. The Office handlesfelonycriminalappeals,
 
Show more results from www.sos.state.mn.us
 
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