United States Senate

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the upper house of the United States Congress

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A delegation led by U.S. Senators Coons and Maggie Hassan is visiting Taiwan from April 27-29.
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government's fiscal problems on the military, and said he wanted to help see a "rapid transfer of responsibility for Afghan security to the Afghans." First elected in 1978, Levin is the longest-serving U.S. senator in Michigan history.
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Judd Gregg, the state's former congressman and governor and now its three-term U.S. senator, was not on the ballot this year to stem the hemorrhage of votes flowing to the Democratic side of the ballot.
For example, green stands for a state that will elect both a Governor and a U.S. Senator.
A U.S. senator from Florida pledged to introduce natural disaster insurance legislation at the request of his IREM constituents.
The war of words heated up recently when prominent U.S. Senator John McCain called members of the Venezuelan government "wackos." Venezuela meanwhile, hosted the 50,000-strong World Social Forum, an anti-globalization event, where throngs of protestors--including U.S.
U.S. Senator John Cornyn (Rep.-Texas) co-authored an immigration proposal that aims to strengthen enforcement along U.S.
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