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A cloture can end debate on a topic in Congress and bring it to a vote. The House of Representatives has strict rules about how long members can debate a topic. The Senate, on the other hand, has no rules regarding filibuster and members can debate as long as they would like. To pass, cloture needs a three fifths vote in both houses of Congress.

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How is a filibuster broken in the Senate?

A filibuster is broken when 60 senators vote to invoke cloture. This is why Democrats were so interested in seating 60 senators in this election--it is very difficult to persuade a senator of the opposing party to vote for cloture. A 60-seat majority is called a "filibuster-proof" majority because they can invoke cloture without asking any minority members for their votes.


A filibuster can be stopped when three-fifths of the senate vote for?

invokes cloture


Which term best describes the procedure by which a filibuster can be ended in the senate?

Cloture


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How many senate members does it take to approve the cloture rule?

Cloture already exists in the US Senate. It takes 60 Senators to invoke Cloture.


How can a group of senators get around a cloture?

They can get around a cloture by grouping up so that many senators can speak on the issue for the one hour maximum thus still preventing a vote from occurring.


What motion which cuts off debate and forces a vote by a vote of 60 senators?

In the United States Senate, the motion is "cloture".


What do so close yet so far means?

it means that you almost have done something, but it is difficult or impossible to achieve it


What will stop a filibuster?

if a senator calls for cloture (yes it's spelled right)


How does cloture affect filibuster?

So they can get the person who is talking to be quiet and just start talking about the bill


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How do you end a fillibuster?

A cloture