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Martha McSally
First female fighter pilot to fly in combat. Veteran. Dog mom to Boomer. Proudly representing the people of Arizona in the U.S. Senate.
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Martha McSally 5h
Our country’s response to coronavirus should be a unifying issue. is leading, is taking charge, and Congress should be working together to deliver solutions. We should have preparation, not panic.
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I’ll be on soon to discuss efforts to control and manage the Coronavirus in the U.S. Tune in now!
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Martha McSally 21h
Caught up with our in DC this week!
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Met with officials today to talk about forest management in the region. I am working with the to ensure 4FRI stays on schedule.
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Martha McSally 23h
Our AZ Civil Air Patrol jumps into action during emergencies and disaster scenarios. Thank you for your service!
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This week, I introduced legislation w/ to strengthen our court system & alleviate the backlog of cases. Our bill will bring the Arizona District Court up to full strength & aid in statewide efforts to address crime & illegal immigration.
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Martha McSally Feb 27
Good discussion today about making health care more accessible to our tribes with Vice President Lizer and Lummi Nation Council Member Nickolaus Dee Lewis, Jr.
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Martha McSally Feb 26
Spoke with Arizona border rancher Jim Chilton today about the need to secure our Southern Border.
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Martha McSally Feb 26
Wonderful morning spent visiting with Arizonans at my weekly constituent coffee!
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Martha McSally Feb 26
Education is the key to all kids’ futures. Today, I partnered with to host a grant workshop in Prescott for rural Arizona educators to help them gain access to more resources and provide high-quality education for rural students.
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Martha McSally Feb 26
101 years ago today, President Woodrow Wilson established the Grand Canyon as a national park. Grateful to have this natural wonder right in our backyard!
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Martha McSally Feb 26
Ever dreamed of writing one of 's clever signs? Well, now’s your chance ⬇️
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Martha McSally Feb 26
When I came to the Senate, I pledged to get up every day with the focus of making a positive difference for Arizonans. In my first year, I tied at #1 of all U.S. senators for most bills signed into law. I'm honored to represent AZ families & will continue to work hard for you.
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AACOM GR Feb 26
AACOM thanks and for cosponsoring the Opioid Workforce Act of 2019, which would expand access to care for patients with substance use disorders by increasing residency positions for addiction medicine and pain management
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Jeremy Olimb Feb 26
Thankful for the chance to meet with this morning at talk about issues important to the Cystic Fibrosis community. Especially grateful for the generous time with the Senator's healthcare legislative assistant, Edward Kim.
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Martha McSally Feb 25
Always good to see & discuss Arizona’s leadership in health care We spoke about solutions for increasing medical innovation in our communities.
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Martha McSally Feb 25
Today, I met with not one but three heroes— CEO John Miller, veteran Joe Worley, and his service dog Galaxie. Thank you to AVD for training and placing these wonderful canines with our veterans free of charge.
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Martha McSally Feb 25
Today, I voted once again to move the Born-Alive bill forward because infanticide is never right. I also voted to move the Pain-Capable bill, which will protect unborn babies after 20 weeks, when evidence shows they feel pain.
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Christopher W. Kline Feb 25
What a great opportunity to sit down with today ... talking about Arizona TV and radio. Thank you for making the valuable time, and thank you for keeping the DC weather moderate!!
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