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Nonetheless, ten more amendments were proposed as the session progressed. All were tabled, all but one with party line votes. Maine Republican Susan Collins sided with Democrats on one measure.
Finally, nearly 13 hours after the opening gavel, the Senate adjourned until 1 p.m. Wednesday.
Senate wraps up session that lasted almost 13 hours
After a session that was just shy of 13 hours — twelve hours and 50 minutes, to be exact — the Senate finally adjourned at 1:50 a.m. It’s scheduled to reconvene at 1 p.m.
Senate passes McConnell’s proposed organizing resolution
After more than 12 hours of debate, the Senate passed the organizing resolution from McConnell, without any of the 11 amendments proposed by Schumer.
The vote was, yet again, along party lines, 53-47.
Senate tables 11th and final amendment
After several hours of considering various amendments, the Senate voted to table the 11th and final amendment. It once again voted along party lines, 53 to 47.
The Senate will now proceed to vote on the resolution itself.
Schumer introduces 11th amendment
Schumer introduced what appeared to be the last amendment of the night shortly before 1:30 a.m. It would authorize the chief justice to determine if the Senate should summon a witness or documents.