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Fetterman says he’ll wear a suit to avoid shutdown

  • Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman is facing criticism from Republicans over a change in the Senate dress code that appears to accommodate his dislike for suits.
  • The change in the dress code has sparked a barrage of criticism and debate. Republicans argue that the dress code should be formally changed through the Senate rules committee, while Fetterman argues that it is within the purview of the presiding officer to enforce the dress code.
  • Fetterman's offer to donate $1,000 to charity if any Republican senator can find a rule stating that suits are required in the Senate shows his determination to stand his ground and challenge his critics.
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