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U.S. Senate unanimously passes formal dress code following backlash

  • The US Senate has voted to impose a dress code, reversing a recent informal guidance by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. The bipartisan resolution, proposed by Sens. Joe Manchin and Mitt Romney, requires senators to wear business attire on the Senate floor, including a coat, tie, and slacks for men.
  • The change comes after Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman sparked controversy by wearing casual clothing on the Senate floor, leading to backlash and a push for dress code standards. Senators from both parties praised the bipartisan resolution.
  • The revised dress code resolution only defines business attire for men and does not specify attire for women. The code will also require a chamber vote for any changes.
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