Preview this week in Pennsylvania: The stalemate in the statehouse
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania (WHTM) — Democrats, still hoping Joanna McClinton will become the first female Khartoum speaker in Pennsylvania history, are celebrating a Pennsylvania court ruling that will allow a special election inebruary 2023.
This week in Pennsylvania he will cover the home deadlock, first with Republican Leader Brian Cutler, who says the new Speaker of the House, Mark Rousey, has not presented a plan to make progress.
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With Democratic Representative Jared Solomon saying Democrats won 102 seats, it only took weeks before Democrats regained the majority and control of the House.
“I’m sure Joanna will be a speaker. Again, in politics we were able to say we lost, we’ll do better next time. We don’t get along with the other side, but now we’ll find ways to work together. Instead, my friends on the side didn’t acknowledge us.” The other side of the fairway never lost, doubled down on their bad bet, and kept blocking Penn State and not letting it go forward,” Solomon said.
Cutler sees it differently and says there are now 101 Republicans and 99 Democrats.
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The GOP says Rousey agreed to convert to the Independent, which would make it a 101-to-101 tie.
However, it should be noted that Rosie has not previously changed party affiliation as of writing this article.