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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

House hard-line conservatives turning over a new leaf?

Interesting article from Poltico about the "hell no" caucus  which discusses how the conservatives in Congress have started to adjust their obstructionist tactics since their recent loss over DHS funding. Members of the "freedom caucus" gathered after the loss and have since worked with less hard-line senate rebulicans to bring about a "yes" on the budget. The "Queen of the Hill" tactic was used. Still, people remain skeptical that the "hell no" caucus has turned over a new leaf.

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