Rep. David Jolly of Florida talks on his cell phone as members of the House of Representatives leave after a voice vote to approve a short-term spending bill in December.
Rep. David Jolly of Florida talks on his cell phone as members of the House of Representatives leave after a voice vote to approve a short-term spending bill in December. J. Scott Applewhite AP
Rep. David Jolly of Florida talks on his cell phone as members of the House of Representatives leave after a voice vote to approve a short-term spending bill in December. J. Scott Applewhite AP

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