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ENG: Jefferson Beauregard "Jeff" Sessions III (born December 24, 1946) is the junior United States Senator from Alabama. First elected in 1996, Sessions is a member of the Republican Party. He serves as the ranking minority member on the Senate Budget Committee. Raised in the town of Hybart in Monroe County, Alabama, Sessions graduated from Huntingdon College in Montgomery and the University of Alabama School of Law. In the 1970s he worked in private practice and rose to the rank of captain in the U.S. Army Reserve. From 1981 to 1993 he served as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama. President Ronald Reagan nominated him to a judgeship on the United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama in 1986, but the Senate confirmation failed after several ...
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Sessions:Democrats'closed-door approach worsened debt crisis

Senate Democrats’ preference of closed-door negotiations over the typical, open budget process has exacerbated the country’s spending problems and fueled the debt ceiling crisis that brought the nation to the brink last week, according to Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Mobile. Sessions, the top Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, has long criticized the Democratic majority for inaction on the budget, keeping a running count of how long the chamber has gone without passing a budget. It’s beyond 800 days at this point. "My view is then to try to force the Congress — ...

Sessions Wrong on Bush Tax Cuts

Sen. Jeff Sessions wrongly claimed that federal revenues "went up every single year" after the Bush tax cuts were "put in." Actually, federal revenues declined for three straight years after the first tax cut was signed in 2001. The Alabama Republican made his statement on "Face the Nation." Sessions, July 10: The revenue went up every single year after those tax cuts were put in. The revenue is down now because of the low economy. The first tax cut — the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 — was signed into law June 7, 2001. It began to affect revenues ...

Sessions: Saying Millionaires Should Share Pain Is Pathetic

Having the Senate declare that millionaires should share more of the pain involved in putting America's financial house in order is "rather pathetic," Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) declared Tuesday. The top Republican on the Senate Budget Committee made that pronouncement after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) bowed to GOP pressure and yanked from the floor a resolution on U.S. military action in Libya in favor of moving to budget issues. Reid's first measure in that direction is a non-binding resolution that states: "It is the sense of the Senate that any agreement to reduce the ...

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Sessions: Lawmakers Must Stand With Struggling Workers
"We need to move Americans off of welfare and into good-paying jobs-not replace them with lower-wage workers from abroad Lawmakers must decide who they represent: immigration activists and powerful interests, or millions of struggling and unemployed Americans. Republicans have an opportunity to stand alone as the one party dutifully representing the legitimate interests of the American worker."
Sessions Remarks On House Leaders' 'Immigration Principles'
"Rank-and-file House Republicans are the last line of defense for working Americans."
Sessions: We Owe Vets 'Swift, Diligent Action' To Fix Pension Cuts
Sessions: GOP's First Principle On Immigration Policy Should Be Helping Millions of Jobless Americans Get Back to Work
"House Republican leaders must dismiss the whispers of the consultant class, the pleadings of the business lobby, and the pressure campaign from the activists who believe illegal immigration is a civil right Instead, the GOP must embrace the national interest: placing its first emphasis on helping millions of Americans transition from welfare and unemployment to work and rising wages. In so doing, the GOP will not only aid struggling workers from all backgrounds, but will recapture the trust and faith of millions of Americans who have turned away from the party. Such clear and convicted action would also expose the influence special interests groups have wielded over the White House and Senate Democrats from day one."

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