House GOP leaders try to unite ‘dysfunctional’ family through process scuffles

Posted on AllSides March 26th, 2023
From The Center

The difficulties of managing a slim House GOP majority with a more open legislative process are starting to show after a period of relative harmony that followed a drawn-out Speaker’s election at the start of the year.

The Parents’ Bill of Rights bill that passed the House on Friday is the latest example of those challenges, even on measures that had been a longtime GOP campaign promises. Five House Republicans voted against it, which could have sunk the bill if not for Democratic absences.

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