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These 11 senators skipped the Jan. 6 commission vote

<p><strong>By Morgan Rimmer and Rachel Janfaza | CNN</strong></p><p>Senate Republicans blocked a bill on Friday to create an independent inquiry to investigate the deadly January 6 Capitol Hill riot.</p><p>The vote on the January 6 commission was 54 to 35, showing the bill had a bipartisan majority of support with six Republicans voting with Democrats. However, the bill needed 60 votes to advance.</p><p>Nine Republican senators and two Democrats didn’t vote on the January 6 commission.</p><p>These are the 11 senators who didn’t vote on the bill:</p><p>Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn of TennesseeRepublican Sen. Roy Blunt of MissouriRepublican Sen. Mike Braun of IndianaRepublican Sen. Richard Burr of North CarolinaRepublican Sen. Jim Inhofe of OklahomaDemocratic Sen. Patty Murray of WashingtonRepublican Sen. Mike Rounds of South DakotaRepublican Sen. James Risch of IdahoRepublican Sen. Richard Shelby of AlabamaDemocratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of ArizonaRepublican Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania</p>

Source: Orange County Register

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