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It’s been just over a month since Republicans took control of the House and have begun to usher in a new era of rules and legislative priorities.

GOP lawmakers had high hopes to hit the ground running and quickly start voting on new bills to advance their agenda. But after a dragged out leadership election and subsequent intraparty disagreements on certain policy proposals, Republicans have managed to deliver only a handful of promises they made on the campaign trail.

Days before the lawmakers were sworn in on Jan. 3, House Majority Leader Steve Scalise released a list of the GOP’s top 11 bills and resolutions the party planned to pass during the first two weeks of the new Congress. As of Friday, Republicans have only passed six. Read more…