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Alexander Bolton, The Hill, January 22, 2013: Reid to lay out plans for filibuster reform
"Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will present colleagues with options for reforming the Senate’s filibuster rules in a Democratic Caucus meeting Tuesday."
For those that were hoping for a talking filibuster, that seems to be off the table.
Reid is instead focusing on a proposal to tweak the filibuster rule by "requiring the minority party to muster 41 votes to stall a bill or nominee. Under current rules, the responsibility is on the majority to round up 60 votes to end a filibuster."
Reid also wants to reduce delays to motions to begin debate on new business and motions to send legislation to conference talks with the House.
We'll know more later in the day.