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One of the most straightforward possibilities — which progressives have pushed — is for Democrats to simply ignore the decision of the parliamentarian and include the $15 minimum wage in the bill anyway.
Dove had served as parliamentarian from 1981 to 1987 and again from 1995 to 2001, but he began working for the parliamentarian’s office in the mid-1960s.
We must be prepared to use every tool in our toolbox to get this done, whether it’s overruling the parliamentarian if necessary or finally ending the filibuster.
What can be done via reconciliation is ultimately up to the parliamentarian and the senators, who could decide to overrule her, although that would be very controversial.
MEP, Alexandra Geese, of Germany’s Greens, filed an initial complaint with the EDPS on behalf of other parliamentarians.
To reduce that town, the Parliamentarian forces marched through Peterborough about the middle of the month of April.
The effect of all this harshness naturally was to make the Birmingham folk even more Parliamentarian than before.
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He was deprived of his wardenship and imprisoned by the Parliamentarian commissioners when they visited Oxford.
No Parliamentarian troops were ever marched out of the county until the issue at home was decided.
It was fortunate for the Parliamentarian cause in Lancashire that the largest town in the county was on its side.

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