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Senators Kyl and McCain discuss the effectiveness of forest thinning efforts near Alpine with U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell while touring areas damaged by the historic Wallow Fire.

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01/04/12  Kyl Statement on Cordray Recess Appointment
10/26/11  Senators Kyl and McCain Praise House Vote on Southeast Arizona Land Exchange
10/19/11  U.S. SENATE APPROVES C.C. CRAGIN DAM AND RESERVOIR CLARIFICATION

 


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01/09/12 -- Arrivederci Roma?

On December 8, leaders of 27 European Union countries gathered in Brussels in an attempt to find a way out of the mess in which Europe now finds itself. With waves of debt engulfing Greece, Portugal, Ireland – and perhaps even Italy, the world’s eighth largest economy – the continent has never faced a greater post-war crisis. Even the Pope recently invoked divine support for Europe and Italy.
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Terrorism and Homeland Security Subcommittee::

November 15, 2011 hearing:
"The Fix Gun Checks Act: Better State and Federal Compliance, Smarter Enforcement"

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Senator Kyl's Recommended Reading:
"The Waterboarding Trail to bin Laden" By Michael B. Mukasey, The Wall Street Journal, May 6, 2011
"The Gas Price Freakout" The Wall Street Journal Editorial, April 28, 2011
"The Obama doctrine: Leading from behind" By Charles Krauthammer, The Washington Post, April 28, 2011
"Uncharitable" By Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review Online, April 23, 2011

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