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Frist Takes Judicial Filibuster Fight to Churches

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Frist Takes Judicial Filibuster Fight to Churches

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Frist Takes Judicial Filibuster Fight to Churches

Frist Takes Judicial Filibuster Fight to Churches

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Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist joins forces with church leaders over judicial filibusters. Frist delivered a six-minute videotaped message during an event Sunday night organized by conservative Christian leaders. They argue for an end to filibusters, which they say are aimed at people of faith.

Still image from Sen. Bill Frist's video address to the Family Research Council, April 24, 2005. U.S. Senate hide caption

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