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U.S. Senator from Utah, 2017 Utahn of the Year, writer of songs and laws. Tweets are by Sen. Hatch's staff; those signed ogh are from Sen. Hatch himself.
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Senator Hatch Office 28m
CNN Poll on our choices today: There is no need to choose between funding the government, and fixing DACA later. There IS a choice between funding CHIP (which expired yesterday) and shutting down government over DACA.
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Pat Roberts 3h
3 months ago, Committee passed bipartisan legislation to extend the Childrens' Health Insurance Program for 5 yrs. Last night we had the option of delivering 6 years. Unfortunately, that bipartisan support for this critical program disappeared.
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Senator Hatch Office 12h
The risk is that the American people won't hold them accountable for voting AGAINST ideas they've long agreed on to play political games with children's healthcare. But they will. They own this.
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Senator Hatch Office 13h
Replying to @senorrinhatch
Lest we forget, they’ve been fairly transparent with their intentions all along.
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Senator Hatch Office 13h
Correct phrasing here. Democrats are actively working to shut down the government.
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Senator Hatch Office 13h
“The Senate” did not cast votes to block the bill to fund the government. Senate Democrats did.
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Doug Heye 13h
If majorities in House and Senate support keeping government open, Dem leadership is making a big mistake not letting it pass, especially with so many past statements from Dems criticizing past shutdowns.
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Guy Benson 13h
This. Bipartisan majorities of both chambers of Congress voted to keep the government open. Senate Democrats blocked it. It’s that simple.
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Senator Hatch Office 13h
Replying to @senorrinhatch
Lest we forget, they’ve been fairly transparent with their intentions all along.
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Senator Hatch Office 13h
5 Democrats willing to put games aside, fund the government, and keep 9 million kids from losing their healthcare tomorrow.
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Senator Hatch Office 13h
Correct phrasing here. Democrats are actively working to shut down the government.
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Senator Hatch Office 14h
We have a chance to pass the longest extension in history. -Hatch, on his way to vote to keep the government open.
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Senator Hatch Office 14h
Fortunately the American people are smarter than this, and have a pretty good idea of who is voting to shut down the government and who is voting to keep it open.
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Senator Hatch Office 14h
And he's absolutely right.
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Senator Hatch Office 20h
CNN Poll: Avoiding a shutdown is more important than continuing DACA. But good news: We can do both because DACA is not on deadline today. This is a manufactured crisis.
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Senator Hatch Office 16h
"This Mitch McConnell Tweet Sums Up Democrats’ Shutdown Choices Perfectly," via .
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Leader McConnell 19h
A partial list of what Democrats will be jeopardizing by shutting down the government over : ➡ ’ services ➡ opioid treatment centers ➡ death benefits for the families of fallen soldiers ➡ health insurance for nearly 9,000,000 vulnerable children
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Pat Roberts 19h
We have the opportunity to fund for 6 more years, the longest extension in the history of the program. Unfortunately, Democrats would rather play political games than provide for provided health coverage to children in need.
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Senator Hatch Office 19h
Notable: CNN poll finds that has less than 50% support among DEMOCRATS -->
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Senator Hatch Office 19h
Replying to @SenateMajLdr
The 's point here seems to be sinking in: While both of these programs are important, only one has a deadline today. The other, while also important, has been made into a manufactured crisis.
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