Any particular good reason as to why Republicans may have voted against trying to solve the baby formula shortage and price gouging.
I’m not an American so I don’t realise the context but apparently two bills went through congress. One was to fix the baby formula shortage in which 194 Republicans voted against it.
And another had to do with price gouging in terms of fuel prices and what not. Unsure of the proper context.
But from an outside perspective it seems like a good plan to try and fix those issues so I’m confused as why Republicans would vote against it. Especially after raising huge concerns with Biden sending baby formula to Mexico.
Just curious that’s all.
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