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Party Goals Split in Divided Congress


Transport Topics By Eugene Mulero

November 17, 2022

The results are in. House Republicans and Senate Democrats won enough seats in the midterm elections to claim majorities in their respective chambers, setting up a divided Congress until the 2024 election. The Republican majority in the House of Representatives has promised an in-depth evaluation of the Biden administration, while Democrats in the upper chamber intend to keep promoting the president’s agenda focused on social issues and climate change. The implementation of policies such as those approved in the $1 trillion infrastructure law will be thoroughly examined by the GOP caucus. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), the party leader aiming to become Speaker of the House next year, has forecast a schedule of myriad oversight hearings. That docket will center chiefly on climate change, alternative energy proposals and foreign policy.


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