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Can Senate majority leader block a bill?

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The Senate accords its majority leader prime responsibility for scheduling. Whenever possible, therefore, the majority leader instead calls up bills and resolutions by unanimous consent. If senators object to unanimous consent to take up a measure, they are implicitly threatening to filibuster a motion to consider it.
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