What Senate Democrats can do alongside a House GOP majority

Posted on AllSides November 17th, 2022
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J. Scott Applewhite / AP

At first blush, the ingredients hardly look like a recipe for success. Early next year, a far-right Republican majority will control the House, while on the other end of Capitol Hill, a Democratic majority will control the Senate. There is effectively no overlap in the parties’ priorities, and the odds of bipartisan compromises on major issues are non-existent.

Those hoping for constructive policymaking in the next Congress should probably start preparing themselves for a far more frustrating two-year period.

We talked a bit earlier about what to expect from the new GOP...

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