The Senate is going to get rowdy in July if Harry Reid has his way. The Democrats’ majority leader is almost certain to exercise a drastic type of filibuster reform in July if Republicans keep blocking key White House nominations, an unnamed source tells The Washington Post’s Greg Sargent. Reid would invoke the so-called nuclear option, which would allow all judicial and executive nominations to pass the chambers with a straight majority vote rather than the current 60-vote threshold. But will he really pull the trigger this time?
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