Now that the GOP has taken control of the Senate, the country waits to find out what the party will do with its newfound power
Congress has been notoriously gridlocked for the past several years — in large part due to Republicans, who used their majority in the House of Representatives and obstruction in the Senate to effectively veto Democrat initiatives. Now that the GOP controls the Senate and the House, it’s unclear whether more legislation will pass — or if the newly Republican Congress…
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