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filling the amendment tree


Definitions of filling the amendment tree

  • (of a legislative body, especially of a member of the US Senate) the controversial practice of taking all of the available slots for amendments on a particular piece of legislation in order to block competing amendments

    "They objected to his use of a parliamentary procedure known as "filling the amendment tree" to block Republicans from offering amendments on the Senate floor."

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