For some time now, men and women in the Senate had to dress in business attire. All that changed this week when Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer changed the Senate’s informal dress code to no code at all. As of this week, senators can wear whatever they want on the floor.

The move is largely being associated with Senator John Fetterman of Pennsylvania, who often eschews suits and ties for hoodies and shorts. Fetterman’s casual style and the relaxation of Senate dress requirements have been criticized by Republicans . But they are right about one thing: The Senate ought to […]

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