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There's a Huge Difference Between Democrats' Attempt to Exploit Formula Shortage and the Bill GOP Helped Shape

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Can a baby’s suffering lead to government bureaucrats consolidating power? If Democrats get their way, the answer is yes.

The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday night approved two bills supposedly focused on alleviating the baby formula crisis, NBC News reported.

One of the bills was popular on both sides of the aisle, while the other received only 12 Republican votes. Care to guess which one is chock-full of funding that increases centralized power in Washington?

The first bill was approved by a whopping vote of 414-9. Sponsored by Republican Michelle Steel of California and Democrat Jahana Hayes of Connecticut, the bill would allow low-income families to purchase more baby formula through the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children.

If nothing else, this bipartisan legislation would lead to tangible results in addressing the problem of babies going without formula.

Americans are sick of word games and political maneuvering designed solely to maintain appearances. They want results.

Then there’s the second bill, which passed by a much narrower vote of 231-192. It would increase the budget of President Joe Biden’s Food and Drug Administration by $28 million.

The funds........

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