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Justin Amash
This bipartisan deal is a raw deal for the people. It does far too little for those who need the most help, while providing hundreds of billions in corporate welfare, massively growing government, inhibiting economic adaptation, and widening the gap between the rich and the poor.
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Justin Amash Mar 25
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Only the Democratic Caucus and Republican Conference can decide the outcome. If they have majorities to pass it, then objecting to unanimous consent merely delays the inevitable. I won’t do that. But members MUST BE REQUIRED to go on the record with how they would have voted.
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Justin Amash Mar 25
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Otherwise, members of Congress have the opportunity to escape accountability for this legislation, which creates a moral hazard that leads to even less representative government and worse bills. We cannot let that happen.
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Justin Amash Mar 25
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There are many ways to implement a mandatory record, but it won’t occur unless the speaker makes it a priority. She is obligated to the institution and to the American people to ensure the House remains a representative body.
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Justin Amash Mar 25
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That said, I urge Congress to reconsider what it’s doing. There is a simple way to provide direct assistance to the people. We can get it done today:
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Serafina 🏳️‍🌈🇨🇦🇺🇸 Mar 24
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I’m just so tired of it all.
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Dustin Mitchell Mar 24
I know that feeling...
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Jim Savell Mar 24
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What government does best.
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Left is Right Mar 24
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Well. I was excited for about a minute.
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Catherine A Samuel polk Mar 25
Stay excited because Democratic aren’t going to allow the Senators BS.
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