Why doesn’t the Republican majority in the United States Senate reintroduce their heathcare legislation?
Why do some US senators, like Joe Biden, Mitch McConnell, Dianne Feinstein, etc., last for so long in the Senate?
Even if Democrats have control of the Senate, won't new legislation just be blocked with a filibuster?
Can the U.S. Senate hold an impeachment trial if the House "passes" articles of impeachment but does not "transmit" them to the Senate?
Why is Manchin the only Democratic Senator leveraging the 50/50 vote split for the benefit of their state?
Are US Representatives from wealthy districts more likely to "graduate" to the Senate than Reps from poorer districts?
"motion to reconsider is considered made and laid upon the table" & "Madam president... I note the absence of a quorum" What do these mean? Why funny?
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