noun, plural su·per·ma·jor·i·ties.
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“Married people had a supermajority of political power at the time the [current tax] rules were enacted,” Kahng notes.Singled Out: Are Unmarried People Discriminated Against?|Maura Kelly|February 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But they fell three votes short of the supermajority required to send the package to Congress.
But if the Republicans succeed in blocking the bill, they may end up electing a supermajority of Democrats in November.