Democrats don’t have the 51 votes they need in the Senate to change filibuster rules that could make it harder for the GOP minority to wield power in the upper chamber. Lawmakers leading the charge acknowledge they remain short, but express optimism they’ll hit their goal. “I haven’t counted 51 just yet, but we’re working,” said Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.), a leading...
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Stopping this would be simple for the Republicans. Walk out of the the chamber and leave town, denying the Democrats a quorum. It worked for the democrats in Wisconsin, Republicans should take note and learn.
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