senate filibuster reform

Since last November, Senate obstruction hasn't disappeared, it simply has taken a different form.
For the most part, Republicans said they haven't made up their minds on whether to keep the current reforms. HuffPost talked
The question for Republicans now is whether to keep these reforms in place or go back to the 60-vote system. On one hand
WASHINGTON -- A day after Republicans swept control of the Senate, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) issued a plea to his party: Keep
This story has been updated to include a comment from Sen. McConnell's office. So what's happened since then? Two things
Republicans have been fuming ever since Democrats changed the Senate rules to require only a simple majority, instead of
Reid tried to get a unanimous consent agreement for Wednesday's nominees, but was rebuffed by Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas), who
"Doubt you'll see any movement before recess," said the aide. "This could be the next big fight in the next work period." Sen
"If this obstruction continues with respect to judicial nominees, I will be forced to reconsider long-held policies that
In addition to GOP senators simply not making recommendations for nominees to fill court vacancies in their home states, The