Matthew Green, associate professor, politics, was quoted in an article published by the National Catholic Register discussing the pro-life majority in the U.S. Senate. See below.
U.S. Senate’s Pro-Life Majority Faces Big Test in November
From: National Catholic Register
Date: Oct. 7, 2016
Author: Peter Jesserer Smith
...However, Matthew Green, a political science professor at The Catholic University of America in Washington, cautioned that no legislative abortion-related agendas by either Clinton or Trump are likely to get far under the current rules of the Senate.
Green pointed out that if Trump wins, and the GOP retains control of the Senate and a majority of senators are pro-life, that would still not be enough to enact the legislative wish-list of pro-life groups. They would still not have the minimum 60 votes needed to shut down a filibuster and push their legislation through...
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