Issues

Why Orrin Hatch

With your vote at the primary election on June 26th, Senator Hatch will likely be the next chairman of the Senate Finance Committee. This means that for the first time in 80 years, a Utahn will be able to set a pro-growth, pro-job creation agenda for America. Learn More »

Finance Committee

Senator Hatch will likely be the next chairman of the Senate Finance Committee. This means that for the first time in 80 years, a Utahn will be able to set a pro-growth, pro-job creation agenda for America.  Learn More »

Balanced Budget Amendment

Reducing spending, restoring Constitutional limits on the size of government, and balancing Washington's books are essential to our nation's future. A pivotal piece of accomplishing that goal is to pass a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution. I have led this charge by sponsoring and co-sponsoring a Balanced Budget Amendment 24 times during my tenure. Learn More »

Hatch vs. ObamaCare

Orrin Hatch was the first member of Congress to challenge the constitutionality of the individual mandate, requiring Americans to purchase health insurance. Learn More »

Repeal ObamaCare

Health care choices should not be made by the federal government and bureaucrats; they should be made by consumers and patients. The unconstitutional federal mandate forces citizens to purchase health care while making it more expensive for employers to provide insurance. Learn More »

Utah Lands

One of the more troubling issues facing the people of Utah is the federal governments stranglehold on Utah's lands. More than 60 percent of the land in Utah is owned by the federal government, which means that people thousands of miles away in Washington have more say over Utah lands than the folks who live here.  Learn More »

Fiscal Reform

We must cut back on the dangerous spending habits of the federal government. I have always maintained that we don't have a revenue problem in this country. We have a spending problem. The only way to reverse this fiscal train wreck is to rein in Washington's out of control expenditures.  Learn More »

Entitlement Reform

Entitlement programs like Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid are the biggest driver of our national debt. They are already 60 percent of federal spending and that number is only going up. Entitlement spending must be addressed before it sinks our national budget. Doing nothing is not an option. Learn More »