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Grassroots, Economic Conservative Leaders Outline Importance Of Hatch Senate Finance Committee Chairmanship

Thursday, January 19, 2012

In letter to Utah Senator, group writes, "Your understanding of the need for fundamental tax reform, the repeal of ObamaCare and reforms of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, make us confident that with you at the helm of the Finance Committee our future will be one of freedom, economic growth and a restoration of limited government."

Salt Lake City, UT – In a letter to Utah Senator Orrin Hatch, a group of limited-government, economic and grassroots conservative leaders outlined the importance of Hatch taking over as the next Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee in 2013, writing that with Hatch "...at the helm of the Finance Committee our future will be one of freedom, economic growth and a restoration of limited government."

Those signing the letter include the Presidents of National Tax Limitation Committee, National Taxpayers Union, Let Freedom Ring, 60 Plus Association, American Family Institution, past President of the NRA and ACU, David Keene and former governor of Virginia, Jim Gilmore.

The letter said, "Should Republicans win back the Senate in 2012, and you become Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, we are confident that you will use that committee to secure the most conservative reforms of the Nation's tax and spending policies in a generation. Your understanding of the need for fundamental tax reform, the repeal of ObamaCare and reforms of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, make us confident that with you at the helm of the Finance Committee our future will be one of freedom, economic growth and a restoration of limited government."

Senator Hatch expressed his gratitude for their support. "I couldn't be more honored by the confidence that these fine conservatives have placed in me. The Chairmanship of the Finance Committee provides Utah and the conservative principles our fine state was founded on, the opportunity to bring real, lasting reforms to force our government to live within its means. It's time to return our Republic to the principles of limited government that our Founding Fathers fought for—and we can help accomplish that goal through the Finance Committee."

To see the full text of the letter, click here.

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