Marjorie Taylor Greene concedes little in first public statement after House rebuke

WASHINGTON — A day after being removed from congressional committees, U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said she now feels empowered and freed up to push a conservative agenda. Serving on committees would have forced the Georgia Republican to spend time weighing proposals backed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Joe Biden, she said. Now, she plans to cross the country speaking to voters on topics such as limiting immigration, allowing guns on school campuses and ending abortion. “If I was on a committee, I’d be wasting my time because my conservative values wouldn’t be heard, neither …

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