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Such standards would be straightforward and noncontroversial, including measures to prevent underage gambling and assurances that players, referees and coaches will not participate in sports betting.
But Democrats actually provided the votes against the noncontroversial continuing resolution that meant government shut down.
Facing scrutiny, McGowan was rarely noncontroversial.
Gaines described the London trip as noncontroversial.
The legislation failed March 13 after Republicans brought it to the floor under suspension of the rules, an approach typically reserved for noncontroversial bills that requires two-thirds support for passage.
For its part, the House had a two-day workweek on noncontroversial legislation last week after GOP leaders canceled votes for Wednesday and Thursday, citing the decision to have Rev. Billy Graham lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda.
That is relatively noncontroversial in Congress, though the break skews to wealthier households.
And on Twitter, Democrats splashed cold water in real-time on Trump's proposals, even on traditionally noncontroversial items like infrastructure spending and combating the opioid epidemic.
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