A few quotes from a lengthy Politico recap:
Sen. Thom Tillis has helped ink plenty of bipartisan deals over the past two years. Tillis said that it shouldn’t have shocked people to see him so out front on same-sex marriage way back in July: “That’s probably the libertarian side of me.”
“I do feel that the young populations are much more accepting of diverse opinions when it comes to same-sex marriage. And I think this is something that in years to come is not going to be an issue. It shouldn’t be,” said Sen. Joni Ernst.
Sen. Cynthia Lummis alluded to a mountain of criticism back home, saying the days since she first signaled support for the bill “have been fairly brutal self soul-searching. Entirely avoidable, I might add, had I simply chosen to vote no.”
Read the full article. There’s much more.
Some political evolutions develop over decades, then accelerate in an instant. It’s been a slower trickle for Republicans.https://t.co/lKDyl8kXI7
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