Keeping up with Utah's Congressional Delegation
Chaffetz and the Impeachment Option
In an interview with National Review, Rep. Jason Chaffetz says impeachment proceedings against Pres. Obama will remain a possibility so long as the administration continues to hide the truth about the Benghazi terror attack.
Hatch, Baucus Seek Answers from IRS
In a letter to the outgoing chief of the Internal Revenue Service, Sens. Orrin Hatch and Max Baucus demand answers to 41 questions surrounding the tax agency's targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status.
'It's a Good Time to Be Orrin Hatch'
National Journal's Rebecca Kaplan says Sen. Orrin Hatch's final term is shaping up to be a consequential one as the veteran lawmaker finds himself at the center of the immigration reform debate.
Chaffetz Demands More Documents
Rep. Jason Chaffetz says the Obama administration's release of 100 pages of internal deliberations related to the Benghazi terror attack is an encouraging first step, but doesn't go far enough.
IRS 'Purposefully Misled' Hatch
The top officials at the IRS knew employees were targeting conservative groups but failed to notify Congress despite repeated requests from Sen. Orrin Hatch and other GOP lawmakers.
Lee: Best Way to Amend Immigration Bill is to Throw it Out
While both Sens. Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee offered multiple amendments Tuesday to the proposed Gang of Eight immigration reform bill, The Washington Examiner's Byron York notes that three of Lee's amendments would throw out the Gang's bill completely and replace it with something else.
Lee's Formula for a Resurgent GOP
At Human Events, Ben Domenech says Sen. Mike Lee's unique political philosophy -- a synthesis of "Burkean conservatism and Randian libertarianism" -- could help Republicans reconnect with the American people.
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