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Arizona Governor Jan Brewer isn't a fan of the new gun proposals made by President Barack Obama.
Brewer said Obama's proposals are "overblown" and "reactionary."
She said she's a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment and she feels the new proposals violate people's constitutional rights.
"I don't think taking away peoples guns like the president is trying to do is the answer...I believe in the second amendment," Brewer said.
She was also less than pleased with Obama's executive order granting immigrants under the age of 30 legal status if they came here at a young age.
In a counter move, Brewer issued her own executive order in August banning state agencies from issuing state IDs and drivers licenses.
Earlier this week the Department of Homeland Security clarified Obama's policy by stating those who fall under the DACP are indeed considered legal residents. This removed one of Brewer's key argument points.
She however planted her feet even further on her position saying, "The people of Arizona decided that those who are here illegally will not be issued drivers licenses and I took an oath of office to uphold that."
Brewer went on to explain ways she hoping to help bring Yuma County's sky high unemployment rate of 27.3% down.
She said she's been giving money to the local government in order to entice people to starts businesses and thus create more jobs. She also said she's been working on making filing taxes easier for business owners so they can expand and grow jobs.
Brewer headed back to Phoenix immediately following her interviews after her two stops in Yuma.