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Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) joked about his multiple homes during a hearing Wednesday in arguing against a provision that would tie lawmaker pay to Congress's ability to pass a budget.
The former Massachusetts governor and 2012 GOP presidential nominee argued that the “No Budget, No Pay” proposal would not affect him personally, but could hurt lower-income legislators.
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When he noted that he personally would not be affected, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.), who supports the proposal and offered an amendment at the hearing, joked, “We’re all just moving into your house.”
“You’re welcome,” Romney quipped. “Which one?”
“Whichever one you have free,” Sinema replied.
Romney later said he was concerned about the precedent the provision could set.
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“I just think we have to ask ourselves if we want to start using pay to put pressure on people to vote...
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