Senate Can't Make Up Its Mind on Filibuster Reform

Some lawmakers are miffed that Harry Reid may use a loophole for reform.

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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid wants to raze the roadblock that kept Democrats from more sweeping legislative victories during Obama's first term.

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Another proposal being kicking around Congress is the 41-vote action, which would allow the minority to filibuster only if they had 41 senators willing to support the action. Today, it only takes one person to hold up a bill from coming to the floor.

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