Republican Conference Split As Congresswoman Greene Looks To Oust Speaker Johnson

Early Saturday morning, the Senate voted overwhelmingly to pass a bipartisan funding bill, that keeps the government open through September. The bill caused some angst in the Republican held House, to question Speaker Johnson’s leadership, and now Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has made a move to vacate Johnson from his position. Chair of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic Brad Wenstrup (R-OH-2) joins the Rundown to discuss Congresswoman Greene’s move to oust the Speaker, the deadly ISIS-K terror attack at a Russian concert hall, and the Congressman explains the goals of his EDUCATE Act.

Homeowners in states like California and Florida have struggled to insure their properties due to the prevalence of natural disasters in both states. Last week, State Farm announced plans to drop coverage for 72,000 homes in California starting this summer. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed bills back in December that aimed to stabilize the insurance market; however, some Floridians are still unable to afford their homes. FOX Business real estate contributor and host of “Mansion Global,” Katrina Campins, explains why insurance companies are leaving Florida and how this insurance crisis has driven up the cost of living.

Plus, commentary from FOX News Senior Meteorologist and host of The Janice Dean Podcast, Janice Dean.