anonymous
  • anonymous
This stops a filibuster. (1 point) caucus gerrymander closed rule cloture
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hba
  • hba
Any guesses ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
closed rule
hba
  • hba
"Because the Senate created no alternative mechanism for terminating debate, the filibuster became an option for delay and blocking of floor votes." "A filibuster can be defeated by the governing party if they leave the debated issue on the agenda indefinitely, without adding anything else to the agenda." However, "in 1975 revised its cloture rule so that three-fifths of the Senate (usually 60 senators) could limit debate. Despite this rule, the filibuster or the threat of a filibuster remains an important tactic that allows a large minority to affect legislation."

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anonymous
  • anonymous
It's cloture.
anonymous
  • anonymous
cloture is the end of the meeting...
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you guys :)

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