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Hatch calls drug bill allegations 'complete bologna'
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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