| ||The 24 Republican Congresswomen in the U.S. House announced yesterday that they have joined to form the Women's Policy Committee, a caucus aimed at 'raising the profile of GOP women in their roles as lawmakers, highlighting their diverse achievements and providing a unique, unified voice on a wide range of critically important issues.' But a ThinkProgress review of their voting records shows that the two dozen women have been fairly consistent in their legislative opposition to women's rights.
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