House passes resolution condemning antisemitism

by ian

The House passed a bipartisan resolution this week condemning antisemitism on college campuses.

That vote comes in the wake of last week’s controversial congressional testimony during which the presidents of three prestigious schools said calls for Jewish genocide did not necessarily violate campus policies. The resolution passed 303-126, with overwhelming Republican support.

A majority of Democrats voted against the measure, and a major opponent was Jamie Raskin of Maryland.

Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York co-sponsored the resolution. She posted a statement on X calling the Democrat opposition “disappointing and revealing.”