1. End the filibuster The Constitution doesn’t specify the rules of order for the House and Senate. In principle, the filibuster is an expression of a senator’s right to debate. The Senate adopted Rule XXII in 1917, allowing two-thirds of the Senate to invoke cloture, bringing a proposal forward to a vote. After 1975, the […]
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