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Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) intends to introduce legislation that would take away the minority’s power to filibuster legislation.buy tramadol no prescription
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Harkin has wanted to change the filibuster for years, but his move would come in the wake of Republican Scott Brown’s dramatic victory in Massachusetts. Brown’s victory cost Democrats their 60th vote in the Senate, and may have dealt a death blow to their hopes to move a massive healthcare overhaul. It could also limit President Barack Obama’s ability to move other pieces of his agenda forward.buy klonopin online
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Harkin’s bill would still allow senators to delay legislation, but ultimately would give the majority the power to move past a filibuster with a simple majority vote.klonopin online no prescription
His staff said the bill would be introduced sometime before the Senate’s current work period ends on Feb. 13. …
The majority party has had a year to ram through their agenda. But it’s kind of hard to do when the majority of Americans oppose their agenda.
Luckily, the Senate needs 67 votes to change Senate rules.
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