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Hatch calls drug bill allegations 'complete bologna'
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During Attorney General Jeff Sessions's hearing with the Senate Judiciary Committee on Oct. 18, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) defended himself from The Washington Post/60 Minutes report about a drug bill that was passed by Congress last spring that weakened the DEA's enforcement abilities.
During Attorney General Jeff Sessions's hearing with the Senate Judiciary Committee on Oct. 18, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) defended himself from The Washington Post/60 Minutes report about a drug bill that was passed by Congress last spring that weakened the DEA's enforcement abilities.
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