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Follow @DocHastings and @NatResources Committee Republicans on @Twitter
Posted by Neal Kirby on November 02, 2011
With Twitter, we the people have the unique opportunity to immediate and sometimes behind-the-scenes access to our elected officials as events unfold on Capitol Hill and around the country.

Today, Chairman Doc Hastings’ press office joined Twitter. Follow him at @DocHastings

And get the latest tweets from Natural Resources Committee Republicans, including their solutions for creating jobs, expanding American energy production, lowering energy costs and growing our economy.

Click here for more ways to connect with the Committee online. We hope you find the information useful and retweet to your friends and followers.

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