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It’s what the House has not done

I cannot remember a weaker, more dysfunctional GOP House majority. Forget about what it has done (e.g., pass a debt-producing tax bill that disproportionately benefits the rich and corporations); consider what it has not done. The most basic function of the House is to fund the government. The Wall Street Journal reports: On Thursday, Republicans […]
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