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ENG: Daniel Ray "Dan" Coats (born May 16, 1943) is the junior United States Senator from Indiana and member of the Republican Party. He was in the United States Senate from from 1989 to 1999, retired, and then returned in 2011.Born in Jackson, Michigan, Coats graduated from Wheaton College in Illinois and Indiana University School of Law. He served in the U.S. Army from 1966 to 1968. Before serving in the U.S. Senate, Coats was a member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Indiana's 4th congressional district from 1981 to 1989. He was appointed to fill the seat vacated by Dan Quayle following Quayle's election as Vice President of the United States in 1988. Coats won the 1990 special election to serve the remainder of Quayle's unexpired term, as well as the 1992 ...
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Dan Coats Will Co-Sponsor Tax Reform Bill


Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., has found a new Republican co-sponsor for his tax reform legislation -- Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind. The legislation had been introduced in the last Congress with Judd Gregg, who was the ranking member of the Budget Committee and one of the most-quoted conservatives on taxes and fiscal policy. Coats, who just returned to the Senate after a 12-year hiatus, doesn't have that same stature, but he's regarded as an elder statesman. As far as I can tell, there's no substantial difference between Wyden-Gregg and Wyden-Coats. That's helpful, because Wyden-Gregg was analyzed and ...


Dan Coats Can See Dead Bin Laden Photos But We Can't


Sen. Dan Coats is part of the privileged elite who has spent his entire adult life living and working inside the Washington beltway. He decided he had the right to view the alleged photos of the now-deceased Osama bin Laden but the American people have no right to view them because to share them with the public would only incite more Muslim terrorist attacks: Sen. Dan Coats, who on today viewed the photos taken of Osama bin Laden after he was killed by Navy SEALs, said President Barack Obama was right not to release the photos publicly.“They’re graphic,” said Coats, a ...


Sen. Coats: Put Taxes, Ethanol Subsidies ‘On the Table’


House and Senate Republican leaders have made clear that tax increases can’t be part of the discussion over deficits and debt that President Obama is hoping to galvanize with a speech this afternoon. But several rank-and-file Republicans in Congress are striking a different tone, casting taxes not as their preference but as something they need to invite into the discussion, if they’re going to actually get something done in talks with the White House and Democrats in Congress. Asked whether taxes should be part of the discussion over the deficit – as the president has ...


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Senate Republicans Plan Smaller Storm-Aid Bill
The alternative aid package would offer $23.8 billion in emergency spending, compared with a $60.4 billion aid package proposed by President Obama.
Senator to Lobbyist and Back Again
The Republican wave will sweep Dan Coats back into the Capitol Hill fold after years advancing companies’ interests.
The New Resentment of the Poor
Several top Republicans want to raise taxes on the poor and working class. But the problem is how many Americans are poor, not how much they pay in taxes.
Discussing Disaster Relief Costs, and Changing Tone When It’s Closer to Home
As a stretch of America lies ruined, Washington watchdogs complain about parts of the rescue package they once welcomed in their districts.



 
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