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14 GOP Senators Just Flipped, Threw Americans Under The Bus

Throughout our history, there have been many times when Democrat and Republican lawmakers have come together to pass bills in a bipartisan fashion.

The House version of The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was opposed by twenty-one of the Senate’s 67 Democrats. That bloc of Democrat senators filibustered the bill. A group of 27 Republican senators joined with 44 Democrats to end the debate on the bill on June 10. The Senate version of the bill which the House voted on saw both sides come together. Republican House members voted 136 yea to 35 nay to pass the bill. On the Democratic side, it was 153 yea with 91 voting nay…CONTINUE READING»>

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