Fillibuster


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Fil´li`bus`ter


n.1.See Filibuster.
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Gergen expects the tax cuts will be "smaller and slower" than what the White House has been proposing -- which includes 15% corporate tax rate, down from 35% -- if the Republican chooses to pass the bill through the reconcilation process, which requires a simple majority rather than a fillibuster two-thirds in the Senate.
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He added that while it seems likely that a public option will pass in the House, he said it will likely be more difficult for the Senate to reach the 60 votes needed to avoid a fillibuster.