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Q: The filibuster is not as strong a weapon as it used to be because of a. pro tempore. c. cloture. b. the Civil Rights Act of 1957. d. the Thurmond bill.
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User: The filibuster is not as strong a weapon as it used to be because of a. pro tempore. c. cloture. b. the Civil Rights Act of 1957. d. the Thurmond bill.

Weegy: The filibuster is not as strong a weapon as it used to be because of a. pro tempore.
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User: If the caseloads of the federal courts should become too heavy, Congress has the power to a. hear and try cases until the courts are caught up. b. create new federal courts. c. transfer some cases to the executive branch. d. suspend the hearing of cases until a later date.

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