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Stewart, Hatch Wage War on Wild Horses and Burros with Bills to Give States Power to Manage Wild Equines into Extinction

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“Below is an unedited article that has appeared in many publications across the country and beyond.  The content, as usual, is riddled with bad facts, incorrect information and bombastic assumptions that all point to the demise of our wild equines for the benefit of special interest groups who support individual political agendas.  382 more words

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Hatch talks on Iran, Rand Paul, and being 3rd in line of presidential succession

Sen. Orrin Hatch thinks President Obama is too trusting of Iran, but he’s willing to hold judgment on a nuclear deal until he sees the details in July. 80 more words

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GOP Sen. Hatch Prepping 'Short-Term' Health Care Bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch is backing a Supreme Court challenge to one of the keystones of President Barack Obama’s health care law. 243 more words

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DHS budget impasse fuels tension between House, Senate Republicans

There’s a feud between Senate and House Republicans as they hit a rock-hard budget impasse that threatens to trigger a partial shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security. 569 more words

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Obama seeking to 'fully reverse' sequester cuts in budget plan

Why in the hell is he still in office? He sure enjoys spending money that isn’t his, but that comes natural, as he’s never worked a day in his life. 722 more words

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Senate cancels vote on Obama Social Security pick

Obama’s pick to head the Social Security Administration has run into more trouble after Senate Democrats canceled a procedural vote on her nomination. He nominated Carolyn W. 389 more words

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IRS workers to receive bonuses of 1 percent

Why should they get bonuses when no one else does?  Rank-and-file IRS workers are again getting a bonus. Commissioner John Koskinen informed IRS employees in an email that they’ll get a bonus next March of 1 percent of their base salary. 164 more words

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