Category Archives: US Senate
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While writing about the Teabag Terror town hall disruptions at the Washington Post, Harold Meyerson offers a concise history of the filibuster. I rarely clip a passage this long. The rise of the filibuster should give constitutional originalists some pause. … Continue reading
Opensecrets.org has analyzed the nay votes on health care reform legislation in the Senate committee. To no one’s surprise, Those members who voted “no” today have received $1.1 million more on average from the health sector since 1989 than those … Continue reading