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Lee and Hatch Applauds Senate Passage of Obamacare Repeal Bill

Lee Applauds Senate Passage of Obamacare Repeal Bill

 

WASHINGTON – Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT issued the following statement Thursday after the Senate passed an Obamacare repeal bill through reconciliation.

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Hatch Affirms that Religion is Indispensable to Democracy

Land Use Authority/Planning Commission

Public Hearing Notice

Notice Date & Time: 12/16/15 6:30 PM

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PUBLIC NOTICE
NORTH OGDEN CITY
PUBLIC HEARINGS
12/1/2015

Wreaths Across America

“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.  We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream.  It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was like in the United States where men were free.”  Ronald Reagan – 40th United States President (1911-2004)

 

Lee Facebook Post on Budget Deal Reaches 53 Million Americans

Lee Facebook Post on Budget Deal Reaches 53 Million Americans

 

 

WASHINGTON – A Facebook post by Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) thanking Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) for leading the fight against the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 has been shared over one million times and has reached over 53 million Americans in just three days – making it one of the most viral social-media posts by a political figure this year.

 

Interviews with the Local Candidates

Brett Ferrin from Plain City considers himself to be conservative as it relates to government activities, programs and spending.  He feels like Plain City’s management has been handled well in the past; however, he feels like there should be some sort of commercial tax base in order for the growth of Plain City’s commercial growth to be handled responsibly.  If elected, he proposes that the General Plan for Plain City be reviewed since it is 7 years old.  He would also like to see that work on the sewer ponds get completed.

Somebody Call an Ambulance, Willard Residents see 60% Property Tax Increase

Willard:  Citizens of Willard City are about to experience emptier pockets. As if paying 5 cents a gallon more at the pump wasn’t  enough, or the Box Elder School District raising property taxes 8 %, or the fact that Box Elder County is also going to try to raise taxes for the roads, residents of Willard will now also have to contend with an increase in property taxes from the city. It is no small increase, it will be going up a whopping 60%!!

On Constitution Day 2015, Hatch Speaks on Responsible Governing

On Constitution Day 2015, Hatch Speaks on Responsible Governing

 

Washington, D.C.—In honor of the 227th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution, Senator Hatch took to the Senate floor to discuss the vital role the Constitution plays in responsible governing. Hatch has spoken several times about the need to restore function to the Senate to ensure that the institution lives up to its constitutional duties. 

 

 

The public deserves to know the truth about Planned Parenthood

The public deserves to know the truth about Planned Parenthood

 

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Last month, before the August recess, the Senate took up legislation - introduced by my friend, Senator Ernst - that would have ended federal funding for Planned Parenthood, transferring its subsidies to other women’s and community health clinics.

Lee Launches Series of Speeches on Planned Parenthood Scandal

Lee Launches Series of Speeches on Planned Parenthood Scandal

WASHINGTON – Last night, Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) delivered the first in a series of speeches that he will deliver from the Senate floor over the next several weeks about the ongoing Planned Parenthood scandal. After a series of undercover videos revealed many of Planned Parenthood's abohorrent practices, including the sale of fetal body parts, Congress is debating whether to continue funding the controversial organization. Excerpts from the speech can be found below:

Nation’s Largest Public Outreach shows Utahns want a variety of housing and transportation options they can afford

Nation’s Largest Public Outreach shows Utahns want a variety of housing and transportation options they can afford

Envision Utah’s Your Utah, Your Future findings show residents want to save money on housing and driving.

 

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