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Drafting, voting on, and executing comprehensive tax reform legislation is no easy feat for lawmakers, regardless of their political affiliation. more
Over the past couple of weeks, I have had an opportunity to interview a number of candidates who have stepped forward and decided to run for public office in Kentucky this November. more
The far-left has started a campaign to heckle government officials throughout the country — something I’ve recently experienced first-hand. The self-described socialists who confronted me proudly admitted that they are not concerned with persuasion or having a discussion about public policy. They are only interested in intimidation. more
Whenever the Senate is not in session, I enjoy working at home in Kentucky and hearing first-hand from my constituents. During the July state work period, I again traveled across Kentucky to meet with families, veterans, workers and students. I’m proud to represent them in Washington and always appreciate spending time with them in the Commonwealth. These conversations help me – as Senate Majority Leader – keep Kentucky’s priorities at the center of national attention. more
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