By D.A. Banks
Rep. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., a retired Air Force fighter pilot, ended her five-minute floor speech on Wednesday with a subtle description of her dress and shoes. The move was a nudge at House leadership, which still enforces rules about how members dress on the floor of the Capitol; for females, that includes no sleeveless tops and no open toe shoes. Last week, the topic of the House dress code made headlines, despite it being a decades-old rule enforced by leadership of both parties. Watch for more from McSally.