President Bush has said he will veto the bills, but they seem to have bi-partisan support.
Bishop's mail on the federal marriage amendment not surprisingly weighed in heavily in support of the bill which would have defined marriage as the union between a man and a woman, banning gay marriage.
The bill was voted on in the house on Tuesday and failed to receive the necessary two-thirds majority needed for passage.
Even though the bill was up for a vote in the house, Hatch's office is still receiving letters concerning the amendment.
The senate defeated the amendment last month by a 49-48 vote. It would have required 60 votes there to pass.
Bishop also received numerous letters on the Pledge Protection Act, which is expected to be voted on this week. That act would protect the phrase "under God," in the pledge of Allegiance and the right to recite the pledge.
The congressman also received a few letters supporting the reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act, which Bishop supported and the House passed last week.
While Israel and Lebanon are hot in the news this week, letters have not yet reflected that.
Hatch's office said that there is a delay between when mail arrives and processing so they may soon receive more letters about the Middle East.