We’re up to 16 total times now.
Being proposed on Friday in the House – for the 14th time – Representative Carol Miller requested “unanimous consent that the Committee on Judiciary be discharged from further consideration of H.R. 962, the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, and ask for its immediate consideration in the House.”
The request was blocked by chair Rep. Diana DeGette stating, “the chair is constrained not to entertain this request unless it has been cleared by the bipartisan floor and committee leadership.”
Surprisingly, Rep. Miller was (somewhat) given a chance to respond to the denial before being cutoff. “If this unanimous consent request cannot be entertained, I urge the speaker and the majority leader to immediately schedule…,” Rep. Miller said before being ruled out of order by Rep. DeGette.
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