There are changes today to the Senate dress code.
During his tenure as Braddock mayor and Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor, now-Senator John Fetterman was well-known for his casual dress even in conventionally more formal settings.
Now, it appears his signature gym shorts and hoodie won't be breaking the dress code on the senate floor.
According to a report by Axios, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has directed the senate's sergeant at arms to not enforce the business dress code, a standard that is likely not even a formal written policy.
The updated rule goes into effect Monday.
Fetterman initially followed the Senate's tradition by wearing suits, but has since gone back to his well-known casual look since he was treated for depression earlier this year.