Friday, February 11, 2022

In Context: Things that should be neither bipartisan nor partisan

Three weeks after forcing the Senate to take a vote on a partisan effort to disfigure the Body into an institution of an entirely different character, Senate Majority Leader Schumer was back to singing the praises of bipartisanship and of the most significant laws Congress has passed since the 1990s.

His last item was an appeal for bipartisanship—on cannabis. What's so odd is how contrary this is to one of the most significant legal settlements in the 1990s with the tobacco industry.

What has changed?

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