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Mike Lee
I am a United States Senator from the great state of Utah. Please help me restore constitutional leadership to Washington.
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Mike Lee Aug 7
We’re essentially paying working families to not get married and that needs to stop.
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Joint Economic Committee Aug 7
"The economy is continuing to recover in July as Americans are finding ways to work safely in the presence of the virus." Read the full statement 👇🏼
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Mike Lee Aug 6
Sens. Mike Lee, , , , and today introduced legislation that would amend the Arms Export Control Act to prohibit the export of certain weaponized unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
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Mike Lee Aug 5
Now, when consumers are facing significant economic hardships and trying to socially distance–delaying the Contact Lens Rule would harm the consumers ability to shop around and purchase contact lenses from their retailer of choice at lower costs.
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Mike Lee Aug 5
Department of Justice admits they violated protocol in their investigation into Michael Flynn.
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Mike Lee Aug 4
"... when government gets big, it 'gets clumsy and it inevitably becomes reckless of individual liberties, and that is certainly true with religious liberty, and we’ve got to be on the lookout for that.”
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Mike Lee Aug 4
Replying to @SenMikeLee
2/2 Apparently, that’s a peaceful protest.
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Mike Lee Aug 4
1/2 If you're, night after night for months, attacking a courthouse with Molotov cocktails, fireworks, lasers, welding & power tools—that’s not violence if your message is woke—regardless of whether your actions threaten the lives and wellbeing of people inside those buildings.
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Mike Lee Jul 30
Replying to @SenMikeLee
“How do you ensure that a content-moderation decision is not influenced by the personal beliefs or political views of the moderator?”
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Mike Lee Jul 30
Replying to @SenMikeLee
Sen Lee goes on to ask the Big Tech CEOs 11 questions including: “What content-moderation standards do you employ when you remove content from your platform, where the content does not violate state or federal laws?”
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Mike Lee Jul 30
Replying to @SenMikeLee
“I am specifically concerned about corporations using their power unilaterally to silence opinions they dislike and thus warp the public debates their platforms present to the American people,” the letter reads.
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Mike Lee Jul 30
Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) sent a letter to the CEOs of Alphabet, Facebook, Squarespace, and Twitter Thursday asking each company to identify and justify their content moderation process.
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Mike Lee Jul 30
The DOJ needs to act now!
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Mike Lee Jul 30
Although the Coronavirus pandemic is a trying time for our nation, we can get through it together.
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Mike Lee Jul 30
American consumers and farmers are already suffering from a meat packing bottleneck. This merger would make it worse. The DOJ needs to act now.
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Mike Lee Jul 30
Happy to this brave and hardworking intern class. We couldn’t run the office without them!
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Mike Lee Jul 27
“I think we can pull through this. I think we have the ability to pull through it and become stronger in the end. But this is a tough one.”
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Mike Lee Jul 27
Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy & Consumer Rights Chairman Mike Lee (R-UT) announced a hearing will be held on September 15, 2020, titled, “Stacking the Tech: Has Google Harmed Competition in Online Advertising?”
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Mike Lee Jul 27
“The secret of happy living is not to do what you like, but to like what you do.” Congratulations to Butch and the Golden Razor on 50 great years!
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Mike Lee Jul 24
Replying to @SenMikeLee
What our communities do not need is another costly government mandate that makes it harder for local communities to govern. This reversal of President Obama’s burdensome housing rule is a strong step towards more affordable housing. 2/2
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