The former Democratic senator from Nevada and Senate Majority Leader insisted that GOP obstruction should not be tolerated.
Even if Democrats win the White House and the Senate in 2020, effectively combating climate change might require the elimination of the Senate filibuster.
Former President Barack Obama called the Senate filibuster a "Jim Crow relic" and argued that it should be eliminated if necessary to enact voting rights legislation and expand voter access ...
Obama's claim that the filibuster is racist is an alarming harbinger for how Democrats will attack and reject limits on power.
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid told NBC News ending the 60-vote rule "should be the first item of business" if Democrats sweep the 2020 races.
In 2012, the GOP was in trouble. Mitch McConnell turned to his friend Joe Biden for a lifeline.
While Democrats obsess over impeachment, McConnell and Trump are packing the courts for a generation.
“I think the time has come for the filibuster to go,” the former Democratic leader in the Senate said. “It’s not a question of whether but when.”
The Democratic Party currently needs to gain at least a net four seats in the Senate to hold a majority and control over both the House and Senate.
This age-old Senate rule killed the last big U.S. climate bill. It could happen again.