YES! McConnell Finally Does His Job, Nukes Democratic Filibuster Against Gorsuch

McConnell Finally Does His Job, Nukes Democratic Filibuster Against Gorsuch

Missouri Democrats try to block anti-gay law by talking non-stop for 18 hours (and counting)

The Republicans in the Missouri Senate have forced an end to a Democratic filibuster of an anti-gay law.

One week before the Senate votes on Neil Gorsuch's nomination, it's unclear yet whether Republicans will have enough votes to end an expected Democratic filibuster.

Supreme Court unanimously overturns a Gorsuch decision — in the middle of his confirmation hearing

McCaskill swings to 'no' vote on Gorsuch

McCaskill swings to ‘no’ vote on Gorsuch

McCaskill swings to 'no' vote on Gorsuch

Elizabeth Warren Takes A Flamethrower To The Senate During Democratic Filibuster

Elizabeth Warren warnes that the blood of all victims slaughtered in future mass killings will be on the hands of all those who vote against bans on military assualt weapons during the Senate Democrats Filibuster

In history-making showdown, Senate GOP breaks Democratic filibuster of Trump's Supreme Court pick

In history-making showdown, Senate GOP breaks Democratic filibuster of Trump's Supreme Court pick

After more than 15 hours on the Senate floor, Oregon Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley late Wednesday morning ended his marathon speech against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.

Democratic filibuster is successful—Republicans agree to hold votes

Send a letter: Senate must act on common sense-gun safety reform

Right to Work Passes Missouri Senate After 8-Hour Democratic Filibuster

Right-to-work law From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the US laws restricting labor unions. For the human right concept, see right to work.

LONG LINE: Hundreds waited in line to enter the senate gallery at the State Capitol in Austin, Texas, on Friday. The Texas Senate’s leader, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, scheduled a vote for Friday on the same restrictions on abortions that failed to become law after a Democratic filibuster ran out the clock on an earlier special session. (Tamir Kalifa/Associated Press)

Photos of the Day: July 12

LONG LINE: Hundreds waited in line to enter the senate gallery at the State Capitol in Austin, Texas, on Friday. The Texas Senate’s leader, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, scheduled a vote for Friday on the same restrictions on abortions that failed to become law after a Democratic filibuster ran out the clock on an earlier special session. (Tamir Kalifa/Associated Press)

Republicans change the rules to end a Democratic filibuster, meaning Neil Gorsuch should be confirmed to the Supreme Court soon.

The hearings for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee that being Monday may focus on another judge altogether — Merrick Garland.

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