And trying to fix the upper chamber means complicated constitutional contortions.
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There are no easy fixes on the Senate, says Gar Pardy, despite suggestions to the contrary by political leaders.
Gar Pardy Published: Tuesday, 07/22/2014 2:01 am EDT
Senate matters have mercifully retired for the summer, along with the senators. But there can be every confidence that senatorial conduct issues that have surfaced over the past several years will return with a vengeance this fall.
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