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Avoiding the Fiscal Cliff

The best approach to prevent the fiscal cliff is a balance of tax reform, spending cuts and entitlement reform
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End Taxpayer Funding of Political Conventions

My bill would stop this outrageous misuse of taxpayer dollars.
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The Issues

Economy

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I am committed to allowing the private sector to flourish and, consequently, for our national economy to recover.

Education

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I am committed to providing Oklahoma parents and teachers with tools necessary to provide a world class education to our children.

Defense and National Security

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I believe Congress must provide our military with the resources it needs to be the best equipped and the best trained in the world.

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Latest News

House Republicans Offer Balanced Fiscal Cliff Plan

Dec 10, 2012 Weekly Columns

Inhofe, Cole Praise BAE Announcement

Dec 7, 2012 Press Release

Decision Means More Jobs for Elgin and Lawton Area; Better Equipment for Army

Obama Fiscal Cliff Proposal is a Non-Starter

Dec 3, 2012 Weekly Columns

Online Poll

The combination of tax hikes and irresponsible spending policies known as the "fiscal cliff" threatens to prompt another recession. Which fiscal cliff solution do you prefer?

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