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Most House business is conducted within the Committee of the Whole because this arrangement A. doesn't require a quorum. B. prevents filibusters. C. guarantees a quorum. D. ensures cloture.
Most House business is conducted within the Committee of the Whole because this arrangement doesn't require a quorum.
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