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Tuesday, February 05, 2013


Max Kennerly

To me, it's another example of how the Senate can get away with all kinds of garbage these days. Filibusters no longer require anyone actually filibustering, and now sessions no longer require the Senate actually be in session. Rules exist for a reason; if a party is not willing to actually hold the floor, or to keep the Senate in session, they should not be allowed to use the procedural tactics applicable thereto.

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