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House conservatives’ hardball tactics anger moderates and leave McCarthy in middle 
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has a blunt message for House GOP moderates: Impeach President Joe Biden or face a fierce backlash from voters next year. “What’s going to hurt them is not supporting articles of impeachment,” Greene, the Georgia firebrand, told CNN. On the other side: Republicans in swing districts wary of the tactics embraced by Greene and others on the far right as they push their conference in a sharply conservative direction and away from the bread-and-butter issues they sold to voters.
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After MTG calls Lauren Boebert ‘a little [expletive],’ long-simmering feud reaches boiling point 
Representatives Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene were once seen as kindred spirits, sharing a divisive political style and intense opposition to Democrats. The Republicans protested the certification of Joe Biden as president and heckled him during his first State of the Union address. They often sat beside each other in the House chamber or walked the halls together. Both stalwart Donald Trump supporters, they seemed to maintain the same circle of right-wing colleagues. But over the past year, they have been locked in an increasingly public feud that has made their alliance seem like a distant memory.
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Boebert Attacks Democratic Opponent’s Family for Being OB-GYNs Who Perform Abortions 
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) criticized Adam Frisch, her Democratic opponent, running for her seat for the second time, and attacked Melvin and Hope, Frisch’s father and sister, for their history as OB-GYNs. “Abortions paid for Adam’s privileged childhood and private schooling, and abortionists help fund his campaign,” Boebert was quoted as saying in a Fox News article Friday. When Boebert retweeted Fox News’ story, she wrote, “Abortion is the Frisch family business. It’s shameful to see anyone use the killing of innocent babies to line the pockets of their political campaign and fund their family’s Aspen lifestyle.”
Colorado politicians, activists react to Supreme Court’s ruling favoring Christian artist 
The Supreme Court on Friday ruled in favor of a Christian graphic artist from Colorado who balked at designing wedding websites for gay couples. We’re tracking how Colorado politicians, activists and others are reacting.
Democrats decry — while Republicans welcome — end of affirmative action in college admissions 
Colorado Democrats decried and Republicans welcomed Thursday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down affirmative action, with Democrats saying justices turned their backs on a strategy that has served to “correct for past discrimination” and offer “more opportunities to historically underrepresented communities. Republicans in turn argued that college admissions should only be based on individual merit. Lauding the court’s decision, state House Minority Leader Mike Lynch said no American under the U.S. Constitution should “ever be denied opportunity because of the color of their skin or because of their race.”
How They Voted: Colorado congressional votes for June 16-22, 2023 
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Lauren Boebert Got Dragged For Bemoaning That ‘Our Own Country Is Falling Down’ After Voting Against An Infrastructure Bill 
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‘We’re coming for your children’: Video of NYC ‘Drag March’ parade stirs outrage 
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