Source: The Hill
A number of House Republicans who previously opposed Democrats’ proxy voting system to let lawmakers vote remotely during the pandemic have begun embracing it in recent weeks.
Most of the Republicans who’ve warmed to proxy voting are leaving Congress and have little to lose politically by utilizing proxy voting at the end of their terms.
But it’s nevertheless a sharp turnaround, as lawmakers who voted against establishing the rules changes to adjust to the pandemic or signed onto a lawsuit challenging the proxy voting system as unconstitutional are now authorizing Democrats to cast votes on their behalf.
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