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About the U.S. Senate - US Government Info - About.com
The U.S. Senate is the upper legislative chamber in the federal government. It's also the more powerful body, with just 100 members. Each state is granted two ...
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Senate Agenda – Daily Activities of the US Senate
The U.S. Senate is the upper legislative chamber in the federal government. It's also the more powerful body, with just 100 members. Each state is granted two ...
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Congress: Why Are There Two Chambers? (House & Senate)
Why the US Congress Has Two Chambers, the House and Senate.
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The US Senate - Getting to Know Your Government - US Politics
Description and history of the United States Senate and the powers granted the Senate by the Constitution. The Senate and the House of Representatives jointly  ...
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How the US Senate Affects the US Economy - About.com
A profile of the U.S. Senate, how it affects the economy and how the Senate can help you.
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Requirements to be a United States Senator - US Government Info
The Senate is the United States' higher legislative chamber (the House of Representatives being the lower chamber), containing 100 members. If you have  ...
http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/uscongress/a/senrequire.htm
2014 US Senate Race Ratings - US Conservative Politics - About.com
Nov 20, 2013 ... Republicans have an early 49-47 seat lead for the US Senate in 2014 when factoring in likely and leaning races, with 4 toss-up seats left to ...
http://usconservatives.about.com/od/2014-Elections/fl/2014-US-Senate-Race-Ratings.htm
Presidential Appointments Requiring Senate Approval
When the Presidency and the Senate are controlled by different political parties, it is not uncommon for some of the president's nominees for these positions to ...
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What Is a Filibuster in the US Senate?
A Senator, once granted permission to speak by the presiding officer, may continue to speak indefinitely in an effort to delay or prevent a final vote on the bill .
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Presidential Appointments: No Senate Required - US Government Info
High-level presidential appointments that do not require Senate approval.
http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/thepresidentandcabinet/a/Presidential-Appointments-No-Senate-Required.htm
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