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Where have all the Hatfields gone?

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Politics aside, we need more senators and representatives like Mark Hatfield (HCN, 9/5/11). We used to have a couple of politicians here in Arizona who were political opposites -- I mean really opposite. But they both got things done for the state: the straight-talkin' Barry Goldwater and the great (for the landscape) Udalls. Can we start a movement to limit the terms of senators and representatives?

Tom Taylor
Mesa, Arizona


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