There Hasn’t Been a Full Senate Vote in Seven Months

The Senate has had attendance problems in the last seven months, with at least one senator missing from the roll call in every vote since August 2022.
The 51–49 Democratic-held Senate has been reduced to a 49–48 Senate thanks to absences by both parties, with that number fluctuating from day to day, causing roadblocks in the upper chamber of Congress.

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