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U.S. House turns aside attempt to censure Michigan’s Rashida Tlaib over Israel remarks

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WASHINGTON — Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives voted to quash an effort to censure Michigan Democrat Rashida Tlaib after Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene accused her of “antisemitic activity.”
The motion to table the resolution, introduced by Greene on Oct. 24, succeeded in a 222-186 vote Wednesday night. Nebraska’s three House members, Republican Reps. Don Bacon, Mike Flood...

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