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Votes in the U.S. Senate

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There will be one noticeable difference when Republicans take over the Senate on Tuesday, says Sen. Rand Paul: there will be votes.

Republicans have complained that outgoing Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Democrat, refused to allow votes — even from members of his own party — if the legislation was something President Barack Obama didn’t want to sign.

With the GOP in control of both houses, that will change, Paul said.

“Part of it is to let the other party have votes,” the Kentucky Republican said Monday on Fox News Channel’s “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.”

“The last several years, Harry Reid said no Republican amendments. It is my way or the highway,” he said.  Read_More_button

Source: Greg Richter, newsmax.com