Lawmakers are real people like you, also don’t like cold weather

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While below zero temperatures in Chicago have forced schools to close, temperatures in Washington, D.C. have dipped into the teens — and lawmakers aren’t exactly thrilled about it.


Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Connecticut, will be spending a little more time at the airport.

Sen. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, kept it short and sweet.

But Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, has some advice. She is from Alaska, after all.

For Sen. Jack Reed, D-Rhode Island, the cold snap has him thinking warm thoughts.

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