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Sen. Lindsey Graham to face Sen. Bernie Sanders in debate to boost bipartisanship

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The Orrin G. Hatch Foundation and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute have teamed up with the Bipartisan Policy Center to sponsor a series of policy debates. The first one, featuring Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., will be held in June. A third debate will be hosted by the Hatch Foundation in Utah this fall.
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Variety

Senators Bernie Sanders and Lindsey Graham to Kick off ‘The Senate Project’ Debate Series (TV News Roundup)

The Bipartisan Policy Center, the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate is launching a series of debates between leading U.S. senators. Dubbed &…

1 month ago·Los Angeles, United States
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The Post and Courier

Sen. Lindsey Graham to face Sen. Bernie Sanders in debate to boost bipartisanship

The first event will take place at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate on the University of Massachusetts Boston campus.

1 month ago·Charleston, United States
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Common Dreams

Bernie Sanders, Lindsey Graham to Kick Off New Debate Series

Sanders, an independent democratic socialist, and Graham, a far-right Trump ally, are set to square off in a televised debate on June 13.

1 month ago·United States
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Deseret News

First up, Bernie Sanders vs. Lindsey Graham: How Orrin Hatch, Ted Kennedy friendship is inspiring new debates

Although they have passed on, the legacy of cooperation between conservative Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch and liberal Sen. Ted Kennedy continues in a new partnership.

1 month ago
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