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Pelosi Seeks To Convince Moderate Dems To Stop Voting With The GOP

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Pelosi Seeks To Convince Moderate Dems To Stop Voting With The GOP

Pelosi Seeks To Convince Moderate Dems To Stop Voting With The GOP

According to Politico, House Democrats are divided over how to respond to Republican procedural attacks.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) took a hard line at the caucus meeting on Thursday, saying that being a member of Congress sometimes requires taking tough votes.

Pelosi argues that Democrats must stick together on procedural votes, which is the traditional view of party leaders on both sides of the aisle.

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