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A.avoid a conference into question any action of the executive branch.C.refer a bill to multiple committees.D.prevent a vote on a bill by speaking continuously on the floor.

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What is the practice that allows for unlimited debate on the Senate floor?

The term is filibuster.

Why keep the filibutser rule in the US Senate?

The decision to keep the filibuster rule in the US Senate was made to keep a balance. This allows for minority members to stop votes which they would otherwise be unable to do.

What is the name of the Endless speeches in the senate to delay a vote?

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What is the long speech that is used to prevent the senate from voting a bill?

A filibuster

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Republicans do not have a majority in the Senate; however, they can stop an appointment by President Obama by filibuster.

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