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Country salutes Reagan

...some people dropped briefcases and women flung off high heels. Amy Call, a spokeswoman for Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., said police told people to "run, get out of the Capitol," because of the "imminent" approach of...
Anger management: Stevens meets the Hulk

...political battle. "When I see the Hulk tie on Ted Stevens, I know he's pumped up," said Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, who described the Alaska Republican as "tenacious, pugnacious and ferocious." With the bulging green man-monster...
Alaska editorial: ANWR will generate filibuster from GOP

...filibusters of great duration, including one of 57 days against the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, in the heat of the 2004 dispute over possible Democratic filibustering of some of President Bush's judicial nominees...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Indeed, altruism, ego and money all point equally to the need for an outside eye. At the hearing, Tennessee's Sen. Bill Frist said that Gelsinger's death had ``sobered us all.'' There are always risks in research. But in our new sobriety...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...York; Rep. John Kasich of Ohio; and Sens. John McCain of Arizona, Chuck Hagel of Nebraska, and Fred Thompson and Bill Frist, both of Tennessee. Bush said Friday he would decide on his running mate this weekend, pondering ``long and hard...
This Day in History

...the Oklahoma City bombing, declining to find him guilty of murder. In 2002, Senate Republicans unanimously elected Bill Frist to succeed Trent Lott as their leader in the next Congress. In 2006, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger broke his...
No more excuses, Republicans

...on Democrats. When have Democratic leaders in positions of power like Bush and the other Republicans (Trent Lott, Bill Frist, Tom DeLay, Newt Gingrich, Dennis Hastert, etc.) ever acted in the same manner as these Republicans, when policies...
Stevens is Senate president pro tempore

...of applause from the floor then quickly began moving resolutions and legislation in cooperation with Majority Leader Bill Frist, a Tennessee Republican. As Senate president pro tempore Stevens will preside over Senate sessions and is third in...
Ted Stevens reflects on changed Senate

...the floor ... That never would have happened in days gone by." Amy Call, a spokeswoman for Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., said cooperation is on the decline in the Senate. "With the increased obstruction and partisan politics...
Enough from the Republicans

...Let's not forget Tom Delay, R-Texas, accused of money laundering to circumvent the campaign financing laws. Or Bill Frist, R-Tennessee, accused of insider trading, selling stock from his "blind trust" in the family business right before...


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