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Today, Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah) released the following statement in response to today’s Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage:
Today’s Supreme Court announcement does nothing to lessen my resolve to replace Obamacare with a more patient centered health care plan. I remain convinced that Obamacare must be replaced with a plan that empowers patients by taking the government out of their health care choices and lowers costs by enabling the free market.
Congrats to Amberly Brill from Bicknell Utah, the winner of our Congressional Art Competition! Learn more about the Congressional Art Competition:
The House Appropriations Committee approved the Interior and Environment funding bill, which deals with issues that are critical for Utah. In this bill, Rep. Stewart specifically fought for a delay in the listing of the Sage Grouse, full funding of the PILT program, and a reduction in the EPA's budget.
Tooele, UT -- On Monday, Rep. Chris Stewart (UT-2), a former Air Force officer, will present the fourteen Army awards and decorations to Staff Sergeant Wendell Thayne of Tooele, Utah. Thayne served in the Utah National Guard for 25 years, during which he was deployed to guard the Deseret Chemical Facility shortly after September 11, 2001.
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