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|Description: I think it's much to-do about nothing. And unfortunately sometimes in election years people start making mountains out of mole hills.|
That's Republican Senator Jason Crowell reacting to a bi-partisan agreement made Tuesday night.
A group of three Democratic senators and three Republican senators agreed not to support any Previous Question motions, which eliminates the only obstacle of a filibuster in the Senate.
A previous question motion was last used in 2007's session to stop a Democratic filibuster on the MOHELA bill.
Reporting in Jefferson City, I'm Emily Rau.
Intro: A small group of Missouri senators reached a bi-partisan agreement on the issue of the fillibusters only enemy: the previous question.
Emily Rau (R-Ow!) has more on the agreement from the State Capitol.
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Description: We have had an issue in the past where the democrats don't feel our voices being heard and with the Republicans feel they don't have to have our voices heard.