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  • By July 1997, McArtor had enlisted the help of Senator Richard Shelby of Alabama, who proposed to amend the law to allow Legend to use the refurbished planes.Dallas Love Field-Wikipedia
  • During a Senate Republican press conference on April 21, 2010, Richard Shelby reported that he and Dodd were meeting "every day" and were attempting to forge a bipartisan bill.Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act-Wikipedia
  • The assistance of Senator Shelby (R-Ala) was instrumental in obtaining the funding for this venture.Troy University-Wikipedia
  • During the primary, Alabama's senior senator Richard Shelby asked Trump to stay out of the race.Jeff Sessions-Wikipedia
  • He became the longest-serving Senator from Alabama in 1977, a record that was surpassed by Richard Shelby in 2019.John Sparkman-Wikipedia
  • In 2002, he became the first Republican reelected to the Senate from Alabama since Reconstruction (given that his colleague Richard Shelby, who won reelection as a Republican in 1998, had previously run as a Democrat, switching parties in 1994).Jeff Sessions-Wikipedia

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