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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Marlin A. Stutzman
Ahead of a potentially fractious three-way contest for House Majority Whip, Republicans on Tuesday stressed the need for a unifying conservative voice in a conference that's often been split between leadership and the rank and file.
HHS "should respect the will of Hoosiers who simply ask that their tax dollars do not subsidize an entity that maintains an abortion clinic," said Rep. Marlin A. Stutzman, Indiana Republican, who said he was "incredibly disappointed" by the letter. "The administration cannot quietly strong-arm state governments."