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Recent history of Senate 'nuclear option' belies hand-wringing on voting rights bills

Rachel Maddow lists recent examples of the Senate using the "nuclear option" to allow legislation to pass with a simple majority instead of the filibuster's required 60-vote majority, showing that the resistance to a filibuster exception for voting rights legislation is less about procedure than it is about voting rights.

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