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  1. Given that this is being investigated by the Metropolitan Police Department's Homicide Branch, the United States Capitol Police and their federal partners, I hope the perpetrator who claimed Officer Sicknick's life is brought to justice.

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  2. Heartbroken by the death of Officer Brian Sicknick in the line of duty—protecting the Capitol and all of us inside. I join my colleagues and our entire Capitol Hill community in mourning this needless and tragic loss, and I pray for comfort for his loved ones and fellow officers.

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  3. Deep thanks to the frontline men & women of the , , , other law enforcement & who performed their missions today with an immense amount of professionalism & bravery. Grateful to you for keeping us safe every day, & especially today.

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  4. We must not be intimidated or prevented from fulfilling our constitutional duty. I urge my colleagues to move forward with completing the electoral count, to refrain from further objections, and to unanimously affirm the legitimacy of the presidential election.

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  5. The best way we can show respect for the voters who are upset is by telling them the truth. That is the burden, and the duty, of leadership.

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  6. Those who choose to continue to support his dangerous gambit by objecting to the results of a legitimate, democratic election will forever be seen as being complicit in an unprecedented attack against our democracy.

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  7. What happened at the U.S. Capitol today was an insurrection, incited by the President of the United States.

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  8. Congratulations to and on being sworn in as Utah’s Governor and Lt. Governor! Looking forward to working with you both in the coming years to advance Utah priorities here in Washington.

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  9. Today marks 125 years of Utah statehood. Happy birthday to my beloved Utah!

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  10. Further attempts to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the 2020 Presidential election are contrary to the clearly expressed will of the American people. Congress must now fulfill its responsibility to certify the election results. It is time to move forward.

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  11. The egregious ploy to reject electors may enhance the political ambition of some, but dangerously threatens our Democratic Republic.

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  12. The vaccination program is falling woefully behind. With hundreds of thousands of lives at stake, urgent action is needed on a comprehensive vaccination plan that states can use as a model.

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  13. A dedicated teacher and legislator, Rep. Lou Shurtliff worked tirelessly in service to others. Her passing is a sad loss for Utah. Ann and I send our prayers to her loved ones during this difficult time.

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  14. . has led our state so well over these past 11.5 years. His dedication to the service of Utahns has been admirable. Ann and I wish you and Jeanette well as you embark on this next chapter!

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  15. Proud to see this bill bringing clean water to Utah Navajos signed into law after a years-long, hard fought effort. The lack of running water has only exacerbated Navajo Nation’s struggle with .

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  16. Relieved that this long-awaited, bipartisan emergency legislation has finally been signed into law. Help is now on the way to workers, families, and small businesses across the country who are desperately in need.

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  17. Americans are in urgent need for emergency relief—lifelines like food, shelter, unemployment benefits, and small business relief. The President must immediately sign or veto the COVID-19 relief package so Congress can act before it's too late.

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  18. Navajo Nation has some of the highest infection rates in the country—largely impacted by the lack of running in nearly half of homes. After a years-long, hard fought effort, the government funding bill passed last night will bring clean water to Utah Navajos.

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  19. My statement on the government funding bill, which provides emergency relief, secures clean water for Utah’s Navajos, ends surprise medical billing, supports , and helps Utah’s rural communities:

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  20. The emergency relief package passed by Congress provides a critical lifeline to Americans who are struggling as a result of the pandemic. Help is on the way for thousands of unemployed workers, small business owners, and families who have been hardest hit.

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