Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Releases Memo Arguing Republicans To Blame For Lack Of Zika Response Funding

The Hill: Senate Dems make Zika a campaign issue
“The campaign arm for Senate Democrats is hitting vulnerable GOP incumbents over the failure of Congress to reach a [compromise] on Zika funding before the seven-week summer recess. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) [released] a memo Monday arguing that the failure to [reach a deal before going on recess] ‘is perhaps the greatest sign yet that the Republicans, and their irresponsible penchant for reckless partisan obstructionism, are simply not working’…” (Carney, 8/8).

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