That’s the allegation made made by the one “no” vote:
The House of Representatives today voted to extend the â€śUndetectable Firearms Act,â€ť originally enacted in 1988 and set to expire on December 8, with Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky tweeting that his was the only vote in opposition.
â€śThe plastic gun ban (Undetectable Firearms Act) just passed the house on voice vote with 10 reps present,â€ť Massie told his followers. â€śI was the only no vote.â€ť
Isn’t there some sort of minimum, a quorum, required?
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