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The Republicans, whose victory in this month's mid-term elections gave them a comfortable margin of control in the legislature, have expressed fury at this attempt to get around them.
The botched rollout of the Affordable Care Act, combined with the historical drubbing an incumbent president's party gets in a midterm election, seemed to suggest the GOP would vastly increase their margin of control in the House.
Facing a divided Congress and mid-term elections likely to cause his party's thin margin of control in the Senate, with the Republicans having the majority in the House of Representatives, Obama repeated his call for elimination of tax cuts worth $4bn per annum from which fossil fuel industries gained.
Last year's elections narrowed the Republican margin of control in the House and GOP leaders can't afford more than 16 defections, assuming no Democrats vote with them.
Democrats and Republicans fought to a draw in the New Jersey Senate, allowing Democrats to retain an eight-vote margin of control.
That's partly because the Republicans won control of the House and narrowed the Democrats' margin of control in the Senate in last November's midterm election.
However, the starkest similarity is the razor-thin margin of control that the majority party has over the minority party in both the House and Senate, meaning that legislators will have to cross party lines--or accomplish nothing.
Overall, the margin of control by the ruling party is the slimmest in modern history, offering an opportunity to forge alliances to block attacks on the environment.
Even when one takes into account the swing ratio, the Democrats' control of the overwhelming majority of these cheap seats actually amplified their margin of control in the House, even in years when they did not do as well among voters.
Therefore, both the "willing seller" and "willing buyer" would know that the block of shares being offered by the decedent would provide the margin of control for one of the other shareholders, and presumably, might negotiate a sale (at a premium) to either of these parties.