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Reports and Analysis
EDITORIAL BOARDS AROUND THE NATION RECOGNIZE NEED TO FILL D.C CIRCUIT U.S. COURT OF APPEALS & HOLD YES-OR-NO VOTES ON NOMINEES
COLUMNISTS & LEGAL EXPERTS RECOGNIZE NEED TO FILL D.C CIRCUIT U.S. COURT OF APPEALS & HOLD YES-OR-NO VOTES ON NOMINEES
HOME-STATE GOP SENATOR STATEMENTS SUPPORTING PENDING JUDICIAL NOMINEES (2011- May, 2012)
PUBLISHED LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (Sept. 2011- Jan. 2012) ON PENDING JUDICIAL NOMINEES, OBSTRUCTION & VACANCY CRISIS/ EMERGENCIES
These Five Senators Know Better than to go Nuclear, Don't They?The fate of the Senate now rests in the hands of a handful of Republicans who have been great figures of the Senate, custodians of its traditions and its essence.
Evolution of the Senate’s Role in the Nomination and Confirmation ProcessReport for Congress by Betsy Palmer, Analyst in American National Government, Government and Finance Division.
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