Congressional Memo: After Filibuster’s Death, a Somber Senate Seeks a Path Forward

Congress has already been dwelling in the rubble for a while. A divisive showdown over a Supreme Court nominee was certainly not helpful in advancing comity, but it has not taken on the widespread acrimony that has consumed both houses of Congress in past fights, such as over government shutdown threats or the perpetual battles over the health care law.

How Senators Voted on the Gorsuch Filibuster and the Nuclear Option

Democrats filibustered the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch and Republicans voted to change Senate rules to bypass the filibuster.

Then there is President Trump. Yes, Republicans have labored to promote…

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