To railroad a bill through Congress.
Railroad a special-interest bill through Congress.
Railroads can only compete fully if their tracks are technically compatible with and linked to each-other.
The lawyers made the procedure a railroad to get the signatures they needed.
The Thatcherite experiment proved the private sector can railroad as inefficiently as a state monopoly.
The majority railroaded the bill through parliament, without the customary expert studies which would delay it till after the elections.
They could only convict him by railroading him on suspect drug-possession charges.
He was railroaded into signing a non-disclosure agreement at his exit interview.