What Is Pigeonholing in Politics?

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Pigeonhole in politic is a term that is used to refer to the action of not letting a bill to pass through a committee stage onto the legislative floor. It means putting a matter aside for later reference or for clarification of information. It is normally used in politics when politicians do not want to pass certain bills in to laws.
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