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The obscure, unelected Senate official whose rulings can help – or kill – a bill's chance to pass

By Charles Tiefer, Professor of Law, University of Baltimore
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The Senate has a lot of rules, and its parliamentarian interprets what those rules allow – and what they don't. That can mean a bill will face either huge obstacles, or very few obstacles to passage.


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