Nothing is ever assured in the Senate. But today seems to be the day for DADT repeal. And all signs suggest it’s going to happen. Here’s our preview.
Worth noting of course that today is the cloture vote — the vote to break the filibuster. But if that happens, it’s back to old style majority rule, i.e., 51 votes, a vote that is likely to come tomorrow night. But there have long been more than enough votes to pass that margin.
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