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I think the original Reform Caucus dissolved right after 2006 and had nothing to do with Barr.  While many of the former members may have supported Barr, the caucus was done.  The main people behind it left when they didn't get everything they wanted including purging anarchist friendly language from the SoP and eliminating the pledge - the Treasurer left within days to rejoin the Republican Party.  Is this reform caucus anarchist hostile?  Clarification in the article might be useful since people may assume it is. [[User:CarynAnnHarlos|CarynAnnHarlos]] ([[User talk:CarynAnnHarlos|talk]]) 16:21, 13 June 2019 (CDT)
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I think the original Reform Caucus dissolved right after 2006 and had nothing to do with Barr.  While many of the former members may have supported Barr, the caucus was done.  The main people behind it left when they didn't get everything they wanted including purging anarchist friendly language from the SoP and eliminating the pledge - the Treasurer left within days to rejoin the Republican Party.  Is this reform caucus anarchist hostile?  Clarification in the article might be useful if it is not since people may assume it is. This information is second-hand to me since that is before my time, but it is the generally received lore. [[User:CarynAnnHarlos|CarynAnnHarlos]] ([[User talk:CarynAnnHarlos|talk]]) 16:21, 13 June 2019 (CDT)

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2008?

I think the original Reform Caucus dissolved right after 2006 and had nothing to do with Barr. While many of the former members may have supported Barr, the caucus was done. The main people behind it left when they didn't get everything they wanted including purging anarchist friendly language from the SoP and eliminating the pledge - the Treasurer left within days to rejoin the Republican Party. Is this reform caucus anarchist hostile? Clarification in the article might be useful if it is not since people may assume it is. This information is second-hand to me since that is before my time, but it is the generally received lore. CarynAnnHarlos (talk) 16:21, 13 June 2019 (CDT)