In the past, Senate members used a filibuster as a means of bringing attention to a high-profile bill they disagreed with. For many, many years it was seldom employed but since the 1970s it has been used repeatedly to stop much of the chamber’s work. Both parties have used the filibuster to alter simple “majority rules” bills to supermajority votes, so this is not a partisan issue.
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