This week on Banter, James Wallner and Peter Hanson joined the show to discuss the possibility and repercussions of reforming or abolishing the Senate filibuster. Wallner is a senior fellow of the R Street Institute whose research focuses on Congress, particularly the Senate. Hanson is an assistant professor of political science at Grinnell College who specializes in American politics and constitutional law. Both participated in an event at AEI debating the use of the Senate filibuster as a means of fostering deliberation.

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The Senate filibuster: Tool of mass obstruction or key to deliberation? (Full AEI event video)

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