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'Nuclear option' gives new life to Obama's regulatory agenda

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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's decision to trigger the so-called “nuclear option” and change the upper chamber's filibuster rules created a new political landscape for President Obama, easing the path for him to achieve key second-term goals. The president's executive nominees -- and by extension, his sweeping regulatory agenda -- no longer face the same filibuster threat from Republicans...

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