The Hill reports:
Forty House Republicans on Wednesday voted against Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s latest motion to adjourn, yet another sign her party is growing increasingly frustrated with the Georgia Republican’s procedural delay tactics.
That figure was more than double the 18 Republicans who voted against her motion last week to end House business for the day. Some of those Republicans who have bucked Greene and GOP leaders have correctly predicted that the number of “no” votes will only grow as Greene continues to force more of these votes.
They’ve complained that these unexpected votes, which do not appear on the House schedule, have disrupted constituent meetings and congressional hearings, and have no purpose other than gumming up the floor.
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After Greene forces failed motion to adjourn, delaying final vote on COVID relief, her colleagues (incl. 40 Republicans who voted against it) are distinctly ruffled. Cicilline said he’ll propose a rule that only committee members can move to adjourn. “I’m dead serious,” he said
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— The Hill (@thehill) March 10, 2021