What does filibustering mean?
Filibustering means acting in an obstructive manner in a legislature, especially by speaking at inordinate length. Filibustering is used to delay or stop a legislative body from accomplishing their purpose. Example: "a single obstinate senator could hold up legislation endlessly by filibustering"
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