Orrin G. Hatch
Areas of interest:
entertainment & sports,
politics & government
Personal social network: Much of Hatch's Muckety comes from political connections. His power base is his position as a U.S. senator.
Orrin G. Hatch personal relations:
Brent O. Hatch - son
Elaine Hansen Hatch - spouse
Jeremiah Hatch - great-grandson
Scott D. Hatch - son
Other current Orrin G. Hatch relationships:
dietary supplements industry - opposes regulation of
Federalist Society - board of visitors co-chair
Joint Committee on Taxation - member
Senate Committee on Finance - chairman
Senate Judiciary Committee - member
Senate Special Committee on Aging - member
U.S. Senate - senator
UT congressional delegation - senator
Utah Families Foundation - founder
Orrin G. Hatch past relationships:
2012 Orrin Hatch senatorial campaign - candidate
Todd Cranney - staff assistant
Mark Disler - staffer, Judiciary Committee
Financial markets bailout bill (Senate-10/1/08) - voted for
Patricia Knight - chief of staff
Jack Martin - aide
Steven T. Mnuchin - guest at 2017 wedding
Michael E. O'Neill - counsel
Stanley B. Parrish - chief of staff
White House state dinner (3/10/2016) - invited guest
Indirect links:Orrin G. Hatch has multiple indirect connections to the following people:
Congressional & campaign info:
Orrin G. Hatch is a Republican from UT
Campaign contributors (Center for Responsive Politics)
Additional Muckety map information sources:
New York Times;
U.S. House of Representatives;
Wall Street Journal
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Muckety news stories featuring Orrin G. Hatch
Sen. Orrin Hatch remains a steadfast supporter of the supplement industry.
December 22, 2013
The New York Times took a closer look this week at charities run by members of Congress.
September 10, 2010
The New Yorker Christmas poem, resuscitated in 2008 after a decade-long absence, is a holiday tradition.
December 24, 2009
Five large pharmaceutical companies and the industry's trade group donated $172,500 to a charity founded by Sen. Orrin Hatch, their longtime ally in Congress.
March 3, 2009