Oklahoma congressmen split on vote over debt ceiling delay
BY CHRIS CASTEEL NewsOK.com
Thursday, January 24, 2013
1/24/13 at 4:37 AM
WASHINGTON - Oklahoma's all-Republican delegation split Wednesday on the House legislation to delay a fight over raising the debt ceiling.
The bill to suspend - rather than raise - the debt limit until May 18 was approved 285-144.
Oklahoma's three veterans voted for the bill and the two freshmen opposed it.
Freshmen Reps. Jim Bridenstine of the 1st District and Markwayne Mullin of the 2nd District voted against the bill.
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