Axios has discovered that Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D‑N.Y.) has discreetly instructed the Senate’s Sergeant at Arms to cease enforcing the chamber’s informal dress code for its members.
Sen. John Fetterman (D‑Pa.), who prefers gym shorts and sweatshirts to the formal clothes that are normally required in the chamber, will be able to stay on the Senate floor before and after votes thanks to the new instruction.
It is up to the senators to decide what to wear on the Senate floor. I’ll keep …