by Matthew David Albritton
August 23, 2012
Senate's Nuclear Option and Marbury v. Madison2012-08-22T22:50:29-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/2e4/20120822225352001_hd.jpgIs the Senate a 'continuing body?' Does the Senate have the jurisprudence to declare its own rules unconstitutional?
Is the Senate a 'continuing body?' Does the Senate have the jurisprudence to declare its own rules unconstitutional?
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