1. Orrin Hatch took to social media to post a photo of himself and his Eliane, carrying a balloon that read "60".
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3. Senator Orrin Hatch has served in that role twice in recent years.
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11. Orrin Hatch voted with the Republican Party 87.4 percent of the time, which ranked 22nd among the 46 Senate Republican members as of June 2013.
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12. Orrin Hatch voted with the Republican Party 86 percent of the time, which ranked 29th among the 45 Senate Republican members as of August 2014.
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15. On November 2, 1976, Orrin Hatch won election to the United States Senate.
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16. On November 2, 1982, Orrin Hatch won re-election to the United States Senate.
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17. On November 8, 1988, Orrin Hatch won re-election to the United States Senate.
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18. On November 8, 1994, Orrin Hatch won re-election to the United States Senate.
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19. On November 7, 2000, Orrin Hatch won re-election to the United States Senate.
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20. Orrin Hatch endorsed Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election.
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22. Orrin Hatch voted with the 17 Republican and the 55 Democratic members in favor of the bill.
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23. Orrin Hatch was one of 30 Republican senators who did not support the filibuster.
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24. Orrin Hatch voted for the confirmation of John Brennan as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
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25. Orrin Hatch voted with 42 Republicans, 30 Democrats and one independent in favor of the bill.
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26. Orrin Hatch voted with nine other Republican senators to confirm Lynch.
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27. Orrin Hatch voted with 51 Republicans and four Democrats to proceed to the measure of disapproval.
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28. Orrin Hatch voted with 53 other Republicans and four Democrats to proceed to the measure of disapproval.
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29. Orrin Hatch voted with 52 other Republican senators to approve the bill.
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30. Orrin Hatch voted with 50 other Republican senators to approve the bill.
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31. Orrin Hatch was one of 47 Republicans to vote in favor of the bill.
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32. Orrin Hatch voted with 47 other Republican senators to approve the bill.
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48. Orrin Hatch was a vocal supporter of Donald Trump during his 2016 race to the nation's highest office.
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49. Orrin Hatch worked as an attorney in Pittsburgh and in Utah.
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50. Orrin Hatch cosponsored the Missing Children Act, which established the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, as well as the Comprehensive Smoking Education Act (1984), which required that cigarette packaging carry warnings from the surgeon general about the dangers of smoking.
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51. Orrin Hatch serves as a member of the board of directors of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
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54. In 2009, the Washington Times reported that Orrin Hatch said "My son, Scott, does not lobby me or anyone in my office".
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55. Orrin Hatch voted for the impeachment of President Bill Clinton in 1999, saying "committing crimes of moral turpitude such as perjury and obstruction of justice go to the heart of qualification for public office.
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58. Orrin Hatch pushed legislation for the Equal Opportunity to Govern Amendment, which would amend Article 2, Section I, Clause 5 of the United States Constitution.
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60. Orrin Hatch has long been a proponent of expanding intellectual property rights, and introduced the Senate version of the Copyright Term Extension Act in 1997.
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61. Orrin Hatch was a strong supporter of Jay Bybee during Bybee's confirmation hearings for a seat on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, stating "I've seen a lot of people around and a lot of judges and I don't know of anybody who has any greater qualifications or any greater ability in the law than you have.
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62. Orrin Hatch took a leading role in the Senate confirmation hearings of Clarence Thomas in October 1991.
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63. Orrin Hatch critiqued President Donald Trump's 2017 executive order to temporarily shut down seven Muslim countries entered until better screening methods are devised.
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65. On March 25, 2014, Orrin Hatch cosponsored the Emergency Medical Services for Children Reauthorization Act of 2014 in the Senate.
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66. In 2018, Orrin Hatch said that Obamacare supporters were "the stupidest, dumbass people I've ever met".
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72. In 2007, Orrin Hatch became the longest-serving US Senator in Utah history, eclipsing previous record-holder Reed Smoot.
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78. Orrin Hatch said in a statement posted on Twitter Wednesday.
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81. Orrin Hatch tweeted Tuesday that Romney will "ensure Utah has a great seat at the table in the years to come.
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82. Orrin Hatch retiring or not returning to Capitol Hill—it's hard to say whether or how that policy might advance.
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89. Orrin Hatch shared several tributes to Taylor on Twitter, describing him as a "hero.
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92. Orrin Hatch visited Croatia last week where he received recognition from the government and paid tribute to a former BYU basketball star.
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93. Orrin Hatch pays tribute to ex-BYU basketball star, receives award on Croatia visit.
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94. Orrin Hatch appeared as himself in Steven Soderbergh's Oscar-winning drama Traffic, in a brief cameo in a scene set during a Washington DC cocktail party.
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98. In 2010, Orrin Hatch defended the right of a private organization to build a mosque on private property in downtown Manhattan, citing this law and defense of the freedom of religion.
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101. Orrin Hatch introduced the Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act, narrowing the broad authority of the DEA to suspend drug "manufacturers, distributors, and dispensers".
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