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Former United States Senator from Arizona - Senate Minority Whip, the second-highest position in the Republican Senate leadership.
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ENG: Jon Llewellyn Kyl (born April 25, 1942) is a former United States Senator from Arizona, where he served as Senate Minority Whip, the second-highest position in the Republican Senate leadership.The son of U.S. Representative John Henry Kyl, he was born and raised in Nebraska and lived for some time in Iowa. He received his bachelor's degree and law degree from the University of Arizona. He worked in Phoenix, Arizona as a lawyer and lobbyist before winning election to the United States House of Representatives, where he served from 1987 to 1995. He was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1994 and continued to be re-elected by large margins until his retirement.In 2010, he was recognized by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world for his persuasive role in the ...
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Arizona Senator Jon Kyl to Retire


Three-term Sen.Jon Kylannounced Thursday he is retiring from Congress at the end of his term next year. The Arizona lawmaker, the No. 2 Republican in the Senate, is the fifth senator scheduled for re-election next year to announce a departure from Congress when the 113th convenes in 2013. "This is the time to end my public service, in January 2013, and therefore, I will not seek reelection to the U.S. Senate," said Kyl, who was speaking from Phoenix with his wife by his side. He added it has been a "tremendous honor" to represent the people of Arizona, but "there comes a time when you have ...


Sen. Kyl mocked for making up numbers in abortion debate


Abortion is an emotional topic, and it doesn't help the discussion when either side introduces misleading and blatantly wrong facts. Last week, as the government neared a shutdown, Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz) was speaking on the floor of the Senate about his opposition to funding Planned Parenthood because abortions are "well over 90 percent" of what they do. The reaction was swift as individuals and organizations, including Planned Parenthood, pointed out Kyl's massive misstatement. According to data from Planned Parenthood, abortion procedures account for 3 percent of their total services, with ...


Jon Kyl Is Sorry If He Gave Anyone The Impression...


... That The Things He Says In Public Are Factual As you may recall, during today's lengthy Pap Smear Armageddon/Government Shutdown 2011 pageant play, Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) stood on the floor of the upper chamber, telling the C-Span cameras and gathered attendees that abortion was "well over 90 percent of what Planned Parenthood does." That prompted many people to remark, "Uhm, actually, you have got those statistics just about as wrong as you possibly could." But now, Kyl's office has walked back the statement, in perhaps the most hilarious and cowardly way possible. ...


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There’s still been nary a peep from Congress on deals on the two major expiring measures that conclude at the end of the week, one on transportation funding and another on federal student loan interest rates. All we know is that Harry Reid has threatened to keep the Senate in session over the weekend to [...]
All Major Initiatives for 2011 Come Crashing Down
I guess I’ve been remiss in writing about the American Jobs Act ((AJA), but then I haven’t written anything about Libyan admission as the 51st US State, either, which is a policy I’m sure somebody somewhere agrees with, but which also isn’t going to happen. The President rallied for an up or down vote on [...]
Payroll Tax Cut Big Question Mark as Congress Returns
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Republicans Consider Using War Funding to Finance Doc Fix
Sahil Kapur has an important report on how that accounting gimmick on war funding may finally get put to use. Unfortunately, it’s not on funding more infrastructure, as the President suggested in the State of the Union. Instead, it would fund a permanent doc fix, reversing the reduction in Medicare reimbursement for doctors. House Republicans [...]



 
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