Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, Senate Historian Richard Baker, and the Wall Journal's Capitol Hill reporter Janet Hook talked about the history of Senate procedures. Topics included its constitutional role, possible reform, and Senate procedures such as filibusters and secret holds. close
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