Compromise Averts Filibuster A long-threatened fight over filibusters in the Senate has been averted by compromise agreements over President Bush's judicial nominees. Analysts are still weighing the long-term political implications of Monday night's Senate compromise.
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Compromise Averts Filibuster

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Compromise Averts Filibuster

Compromise Averts Filibuster

Compromise Averts Filibuster

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A long-threatened fight over filibusters in the Senate has been averted by compromise agreements over President Bush's judicial nominees. Analysts are still weighing the long-term political implications of Monday night's Senate compromise.

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Ron Elving, NPR's Senior Washington Editor