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‘I have a poster for that’ – Congressional rights and wrongs

Highlights of this week’s hits and misses include Louisiana Rep. Garrett Graves’ poster size for the House Committee on Natural Resources, North Carolina Rep. Greg Murphy referencing Frank, and Estelle Constanza from “Seinfeld” in his opposition to a Medicare mental health bill, a Senate father joke by Delaware Sen. Thomas R. Carper, and more.


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