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"The Finance Committee will be in good hands with Senator Grassley at the helm," Sen. Orrin Hatch said in a statement.
You can’t count out the Congress, I mean we could, but I’m not going to say," Hatch told reporters on Wednesday when asked about a vote shortly after the midterm elections on November 6. "It’d be highly unlikely but it could happen."
Taking back the House would allow Democrats, using their newfound control of the Ways and Means Committee, to review the tax returns and decide whether or not to release them.
Video shows Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch waving off Kavanaugh protesters who confronted him in an elevator
Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah brushed off several Kavanaugh protesters as he made his way to the elevator.
The new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which is mostly an update of the North American Free Trade Agreement, drew early praise from business groups and some lawmakers, but full approval is subject to the details of the agreement.
Google is under siege from conservatives as a senior Republican demands an inquiry into its market dominance
Sen. Orrin Hatch wants the Federal Trade Commision to investigate Google following news reports that have highlighted problematic behavior and its dominance in search and advertising. It follows President Donald Trump's attacks this week.
Republican Senator Orrin Hatch posted lots of tweets on Tuesday showing that he's still alive, after Google and Wikipedia appeared to show that he was dead.
Republican Sens. Orrin Hatch and Bob Corker both suggested Tuesday that Congress may need to pass a bill to reign in President Donald Trump's trade authority in order to roll back tariffs and prevent a trade war.
A top Republican senator offered a potentially massive clue about the identity of Trump’s Supreme Court pick
Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch may have offered a clue about who President Donald Trump will nominate to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court left by Justice Anthony Kennedy, days ahead of the planned announcement.
President Donald Trump's tariffs on Chinese goods flipped traditional party lines. Republicans, who are usually more pro-free trade, condemned the move while Democrats, who are usually more skeptical of trade, applauded the crackdown.