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U.S. Senator from Utah. Tweets are by Sen. Hatch's staff; those signed ogh are from Sen. Hatch himself.
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An incredible Thanksgiving read from
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Giving thanks: “The special relationship between the UK and America makes the world a safer place.”
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Rio Tinto Kennecott Nov 20
Crushed ore is transported five miles on a series of conveyor belts before arriving at an A-frame stockpile. The whole trek takes 29 mins.
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 22
"Your problems will be our problems, and when you look for friends, we shall be there." 🇺🇸🇬🇧
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Andrew C Laufer, Esq Nov 21
Replying to @DeptofDefense
took his watch so he could be with his wife. That’s who we have looking out for America. Never lose faith. We have this and America will be how we’ve always know it to be.
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Andrew C Laufer, Esq Nov 21
So I heard a story from a friend tonight about SecDef Mattis tonight. A buddy of mine Dave Otto’s brother’s wife was having a difficult pregnancy. He had to stand watch at his military base and SecDef said be with your wife and I’ll take your watch. Well SecDef
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 20
Replying to @senorrinhatch
He also took on the claim that we’re “kicking 13 million people off their health insurance.” “Nobody is being “kicked off” their insurance. People are no longer being fined for not purchasing it.”
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 21
Replying to @OxfordUnion
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NFIB Nov 17
accounts for half of the GDP and half of all jobs. We are grateful to and members of committee who support substantial tax relief for small businesses. We urge Senate to pass bill asap.
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 21
Replying to @senorrinhatch
Senator Hatch also spoke at the Oxford Union on “Ronald Reagan’s Enduring Vision."
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 21
Replying to @senorrinhatch
Hatch also met with the Rt. Revd. Christopher Chessun, Bishop of Southwark to discuss religious liberty, particularly the situation of religious minorities in the Middle East. Bishop Christopher is an authority on the issue of protecting religious minorities.
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 21
Replying to @senorrinhatch
In addition to Prime Minister Theresa May, Hatch met with MI5 Director General Andrew Parker to discuss homeland security issues, primarily combatting terror and homegrown radicalization. MI5 is the UK’s domestic counterintelligence and security agency.
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 21
NEWS: Hatch has been in London this week meeting with PM Theresa May and other top officials to discuss a number of important issues, including national security, trade, religious liberty, and our critical special relationship. 🇬🇧🇺🇸
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 20
Helpful fact-checking from on some of the biggest whoppers you’ve heard about our efforts.
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Senate Republicans Nov 21
"Republicans are right: Slashing Obamacare’s requirement to buy health insurance amounts to a tax cut for low-income Americans.” – via
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 20
Replying to @senorrinhatch
Bottom line on the individual mandate: its a terribly regressive tax that disproportionately hits lower and middle income families. If we are serious about helping those people who deserve help the most, it has to go.
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 20
Replying to @Avik
Another important point from : “The bulk of the tax reform bill—by increasing the number of American jobs by as much as one million—will *increase* opportunities for more Americans to obtain employer-sponsored coverage..”
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 20
Replying to @senorrinhatch
He also took on the claim that we’re “kicking 13 million people off their health insurance.” “Nobody is being “kicked off” their insurance. People are no longer being fined for not purchasing it.”
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 20
Replying to @Avik
Additionally took on two key myths from Democrats: “The “mandate repeal is a tax hike” argument seems ludicrous on its face. Why would repealing a tax—the fine that you pay if you find Obamacare’s coverage unaffordable—represent a tax increase?”
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Senator Hatch Office Nov 20
The Washington Posts similarly gave the claim that “the GOP is ‘kicking 13 million people off health insurance’” two Pinocchio’s.
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