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Dialing-for-dollars » Sen. Orrin Hatch says he's not running for re-election, but he's still raking in the campaign cash. He raised $144,000 for his campaign account and another $60,000 for his political action committee in the past three months.
Daily Rundown with Chuck Todd. "There's a real question in the minds of many Republicans now, and I'm not just speaking for myself but for a lot of people: Is Heritage going to go so political that it really doesn't amount to anything anymore?"
dwelling Speaker John Boehner told young person Republicans today that President Barack Obama rejected his latest fiscal offer, said Representative Raul Labrador, an Idaho Republican. The speaker furthermore notified
AP file photo Condoleezza Rice, former Secretary of State under President George W. Bush, will speak in Salt Lake City Friday as part of Sen. Orrin Hatch's annual Utah Women's Conference...The cost of the conference is $40 per person and includes
Hatch, Matheson to donate pay during shutdown First Published 40 minutes ago Updated 32 minutes ago Washington Sen. Orrin Hatch and Rep. Jim Matheson plan to donate their congressional pay during the government shutdown, saying they shouldn't be paid
Gun control backlash » Earlier this month, Colorado voters recalled Senate President John Morse and Sen. Angela Giron over their votes on gun reform, replacing them with gun-friendly Republicans. Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, who voted against this year'
President Barack Obama speaks about health insurance reform during a visit to Portland, Maine April 1, 2010. Top labor leaders left the White House on Friday after an hour-long meeting with President Barack Obama , still looking for a way to address
Biden spent 90 minutes with the members, who ranged from supportive of a plan for a limited military strike to those who think it would be a mistake. Chaffetz remains opposed to hitting Syria in retaliation for using chemical weapons on civilians in
Political courtship » Almost instantly, Utah's longest-serving senator began courting these emboldened conservatives, who had no qualms challenging Republicans they found to be too moderate. Hatch cozied up to David Kirkham, a specialty carmaker who
Topics Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), the co-chair of the Senate Finance Committee, questions witnesses during testimony in Washington May 21, 2013. Public pension liabilities in five U.S. states could represent more than 40 percent of their local