After McCarthy’s deal to become speaker, House GOP takes up new rules

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To secure the House speakership, California Republican Kevin McCarthy cut a sweeping deal with some of the most conservative members of his conference that included concessions he had not only vowed would be a red line but that will now significantly impact the power of the job he fought for years to secure.

While some Republicans, like Texas Rep. Chip Roy, touted “more transparency” and “more openness” from the negotiating, others in the party bristled at what they called the secretive nature of the agreement.




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